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- Print Length: 192 pages
- Publisher: Metric Press; 1 edition (8 Nov. 2013)
- Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00GKMOIKK
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- Average Customer Review: 16 customer reviews
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Thank goodness for Google! I found my way to Squawkpoint.com, and from there to MadeToMeasureKPIs.com. I quickly deduced that Bernie knew what I needed to learn. So buying the KPI Checklist book was a no-brainer. I was able to quickly find my way to the bits that were most relevant, and implement it immediately. I've gone on to buy his Blink Reporting ebook on dashboard creation as well. It's early days yet, but initial reaction from my client suggests that my investment has more than paid for itself! Thanks Bernie!
The second surprise is how much value you get for the modest price, not huge numbers of pages, but an approach that really takes you from strategy through to KPI design and implementation in a practical ‘how to’ style. It really is a master class in KPI and measure design.
It is a no nonsense guide to setting up and refining the KPI's that your business uses, written with genuine enthusiasm and humour.
Bernie relies heavily on the use of checklists which makes the book much more user friendly than I expected
As well as tips on how to define which metrics you need it also discusses how to best display them.
If you produce management information for a living this book will help you fix a host of the frustrations you face.
I nearly gave it 5 stars, but anybody who gives a book on MI 5 stars needs to get out more.
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