Key Performance Indicators Updated

Exam Questions: 50
Course Level: Basic
Pages: 252 | Content: 240, Supplemental: 12
NASBA Area of Study: Management Services
Not Acceptable for: Enrolled Agents
Version: 7825A

Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) help define and measure the organizational goals which are fundamental to an organization's current and future success. This course will provide a model for simplifying the complex areas of KPIs and help organizations avoid common mistakes and hazards. This course includes concise KPI methodology with clear implementation guidance, original insights on how other areas of performance management can be corrected, and in-depth case studies. PLEASE NOTE: Not acceptable for Enrolled Agents. All course material provided. No prerequisites. Course level: Basic.

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Table of Contents
  • The Great KPI Misunderstanding
  • The Myths of Performance Measurement
  • Background to the Winning KPI Methodology
  • Leading and Selling the Change
  • Getting the CEO and Senior Management Committed to the Change
  • Up-Skill In-House Resources to Manage the KPI Project
  • Finding Your Organization's Critical Success Factors
  • Characteristics of Meaningful Measures
  • Designing and Refining Measures
  • Reporting Performance Measures
  • Ongoing Support and Refinement of KPIs and CSFs
  • Implementation Case Studies and Lessons
  • To identify the purpose of different performance indicators
  • To recognize how measures can successfully deliver
  • To identify the stages of the Winning KPI Methodology
  • To identify good tools for sales presentations
  • To recognize why senior management must commit to the KPI process
  • To identify characteristics of a successful in-house KPI team
  • To identify the benefits of understanding critical success factors
  • To recognize the downfall of over-relying on financial measures
  • To identify how key performance indicators are categorized
  • To identify the rules of reporting
  • To recognize which tasks need to be performed when facilitating the ongoing support of KPIs and CSFs
  • To identify the steps of the PuMP Methodology

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