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Key Performance Indicators For Dummies

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Learn to:
  • Use KPIs to drive performance in your organisation
  • Determine which KPIs you should be using and when
  • Design your own unique KPIs
  • Measure and communicate KPI insights effectively
Your complete guide to using KPIs to drive performance
Is your business on track to achieve success? With the help of this hands–on, friendly guide, managers and business leaders will understand the crucial KPIs that should be implemented for all different aspects of their organisation, including financial performance, operational and internal processes, sales and marketing, customer satisfaction and more.
  • What are KPIs? uncover the basics of Key Performance Indicators, from why every company needs them and where people go wrong with them to setting the right targets and organising your KPIs
  • Develop a winning KPI find expert guidance on deciding on the right KPIs, how to collect the data, applying quantitative methods and finalising your KPIs
  • Use it or lose it implement and use KPIs effectively, turn KPIs into insights, get the attention of decision–makers and use graphs and charts to visualise KPIs
  • The customer is always right discover ways to develop customer, sales and marketing KPIs, measure the market and your place in it, develop operational and internal process KPIs and more
  • Gauge your performance chart how well you re recruiting and how well you re training
Open the book and find:
  • Why every company needs KPIs
  • The need for KPI frameworks
  • How to implement and use KPIs effectively
  • Ways to measure profit and revenue growth
  • The scoop on shareholder and value–added KPIs
  • How to measure project performance
  • Tips for developing effective KPIs
  • Big KPI mistakes to avoid
  • The top KPIs to use
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Specificații

ISBN-13: 9781118913239
ISBN-10: 111891323X
Pagini: 320
Ilustrații: illustrations
Dimensiuni: 189 x 233 x 17 mm
Greutate: 0.54 kg
Editura: JOHN WILEY & SONS INC
Locul publicării: Chichester, United Kingdom

Public țintă

Primary market: Managers; project managers.
Secondary market: HR professionals; business leaders 

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Learn to:
  • Use KPIs to drive performance in your organisation
  • Determine which KPIs you should be using and when
  • Design your own unique KPIs
  • Measure and communicate KPI insights effectively
Your complete guide to using KPIs to drive performance
Is your business on track to achieve success? With the help of this hands–on, friendly guide, managers and business leaders will understand the crucial KPIs that should be implemented for all different aspects of their organisation, including financial performance, operational and internal processes, sales and marketing, customer satisfaction and more.
  • What are KPIs? uncover the basics of Key Performance Indicators, from why every company needs them and where people go wrong with them to setting the right targets and organising your KPIs
  • Develop a winning KPI find expert guidance on deciding on the right KPIs, how to collect the data, applying quantitative methods and finalising your KPIs
  • Use it or lose it implement and use KPIs effectively, turn KPIs into insights, get the attention of decision–makers and use graphs and charts to visualise KPIs
  • The customer is always right discover ways to develop customer, sales and marketing KPIs, measure the market and your place in it, develop operational and internal process KPIs and more
  • Gauge your performance chart how well you re recruiting and how well you re training
Open the book and find:
  • Why every company needs KPIs
  • The need for KPI frameworks
  • How to implement and use KPIs effectively
  • Ways to measure profit and revenue growth
  • The scoop on shareholder and value–added KPIs
  • How to measure project performance
  • Tips for developing effective KPIs
  • Big KPI mistakes to avoid
  • The top KPIs to use

Cuprins

Introduction 1
Part I: Getting Started with Key Performance Indicators 5
Chapter 1: Introducing Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) 7
Chapter 2: Types, Targets and KPI Mistakes 19
Chapter 3: Creating a Culture of Fact–Based Decision–Making 29
Chapter 4: Organising Your KPIs 43
Part II: Implementing and Using KPIs Effectively 63
Chapter 5: Developing a KPI 65
Chapter 6: Use it or Lose it: Turning KPIs into Insights 91
Chapter 7: Spreading the Word: Reporting and Communicating KPIs Effectively 105
Part III: Developing Financial KPIs 121
Chapter 8: The Holy Grail of Business: Revenue and Profit KPIs 123
Chapter 9: The Ones You Can t Take Your Eyes Off: Liquidity and Cash Flow KPIs 135
Chapter 10: Reporting to the Masters: Shareholder and Value–Added KPIs 145
Chapter 11: Measuring Your Financial Efficiency 153
Part IV: Developing Customer, Sales and Marketing KPIs 163
Chapter 12: The Customer is Always Right: Measuring Your Customer Success 165
Chapter 13: Measuring the Market and Your Place in It 183
Part V: Developing Operational and Internal Process KPIs 197
Chapter 14: Measuring Project Performance 199
Chapter 15: Measuring Internal Efficiency and Quality 207
Chapter 16: Measuring IT Performance 227
Part VI: Measuring Your Most Important Assets: Developing HR and People KPIs 237
Chapter 17: Measuring People Performance 239
Chapter 18: Measuring Human Resources Performance 253
Part VII: The Part of Tens 263
Chapter 19: Ten Tips for Developing Effective KPIs 265
Chapter 20: The Ten Biggest KPI Mistakes to Avoid 269
Chapter 21: The Top Ten KPIs to Use 275
Index 281

Notă biografică

Bernard Marr is a bestselling author on organisational performance and business success. He regularly advises leading companies, organisations and governments across the globe, and is acknowledged by the CEO Journal as one of today s leading business brains. He has advised the Bank of England, Barclays, BP, Fujitsu, HSBC, Mars and others.