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Key Performance Indicators: The Complete Guide to KPIs for Business Success

Key Performance Indicators: The Complete Guide to KPIs for Business Success

Key Performance Indicators: The Complete Guide to KPIs for Business Success

$15.00

Emanuel Camilleri

ISBNs: B0CKFKLSGR, 103268545X, 1032648899, 9781032685458, 9781032648897, 9781032685465, 978-1032685458, 978-1032648897, 978-1032685465, 978‑1‑032‑68545‑8, 978‑1‑032‑64889‑7, 978‑1‑032‑68546‑5

English | 2024 | PDF | 607 Pages

Key performance indicators (KPIs) are widely used across organisations. But are they fully understood in how they can properly shape, improve, or even undermine organisational systems and outcomes? This book presents a framework and tools for measuring and managing performance at various levels within an organisation, and helps managers re-think the ways KPIs can be implemented to meet organisational goals.

Innovative performance measurement and management is a vital function within any organisation irrespective of its size and industry. Measuring and managing performance (whether on an individual, team, or departmental basis) assists management in calibrating their established strategic goals by providing an insight into how well their employees and the organisation are doing and identifying areas of concern for rectification and improvement. This book focuses on the practicality of performance management tools (for example, Performance Analytics; Performance Reporting; Critical Success Factors; Balanced Scorecard; Benchmarking; Six Sigma; Business Excellence Models; Enterprise Risk Management) and illustrates their use, and the changing nature of how organisational performance will be evaluated in the future. This includes the application of Artificial Intelligence as an important trend in performance measurement and management.

This book provides a universal framework for implementing a performance measurement and management system that is applicable to both the private and public sectors. It is particularly relevant to HR and operational managers, and organisational leaders and public administrators at all levels.