How do I know what to measure?
Checking in and monitoring each measure of success validates the use of the right measures and keeps us focused on what it takes to reach each goal. This exercise guides teams in reviewing measures that matter and discussing adjustments needed to experience success.
How do I know what matters?
As leaders, we are in a unique position to direct what is important in the organization and therefore what to measure. We want to work in organizations with clear goals and the strategies for success are equally clear. The performance level of an organization can be verified by reviewing the key metrics.
Looking for a standard?
Most leaders want to be the best in class. Knowing what that means requires the use of benchmarks. In this video, research director, Julie Kunselman, explains what it means to benchmark and where to find benchmarks that will drive your organization to higher levels of success.
How should I collect data?
High-performing leaders realize the importance of using data for reflection and improvement. Reflecting on the right data is important across the organization. Three operational leaders explain how they use data collecting throughout the year to reflect and plan for annual improvements.