25 Need-To-Know Key Performance Indicators Paperback – 21 Aug 2014
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From the Back Cover
Includes 10 handy do's and don'ts of using KPIs
- Want to measure the performance of your people and your business?
- Need a quick overview of the most useful KPIs and how to use them?
- Only want what you need to know, rather than reams of theory?
With the critical Key Performance Indicators required to understand your employees, financials and customers, this book tells you what you need to know, fast.
‘This book does a fantastic job of narrowing down the best KPIs for you and your team. It’s short, sharp and incredibly useful.’
--Thomas H. Davenport, Distinguished Professor at Babson College and author of BigData@Work
About the Author
Bernard Marr is a leading global authority and best-selling author on organisational performance and business success. He regularly advises leading companies, organisations and governments across the globe, making him an acclaimed and award-winning keynote speaker, researcher, consultant and teacher. He is acknowledged by the CEO Journal as one of today’s leading business brains.
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A big thank to Mr Marr for the easy to understand explanations in this book.
Also for the systematic approach taken towards writing each one of those 25 KPIs.
But the lack of depth will definitely require that you dig deeper into material that pertains to your industry, as the examples are mostly related to manufacturing.
I have not finished reading it yet. The content is good and practical.
Please check all the obvious faults before publishing it.
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