Creating, Categorizing, and Assigning Key Performance Indicators (KPI’s)
Topics Covered in Course
- Importance and definition of KPI’s
- Characteristics of KPI types
- Lagging and leading indicators
- Associating corporate drivers with KPI’s
- Seven characteristics of effective KPI’s
- Importance of creating measurable KPI’s
- Impacts on performance initiatives
- Why KPI's are powerful
- Categorizing various KPI's
- Assigning KPI ownership in organizations
- Top drawbacks regarding KPI’s
- KPI Group Grids
- Practical KPI Examples
- Measurable KPI Examples
Detailed Course Description
Key Performance Indicators (KPI’s) help organizations understand how well they are performing in relation to their strategic goals and objectives. A KPI can be defined as providing the most important performance information that enables organizations, or their stakeholders, to understand whether the organization is on track or not.
KPI’s serve to reduce the complex nature of organizational performance to a small number of key indicators in order to make performance from intelligence programs more understandable and digestible.
This online course reviews the characteristics and importance of creating, categorizing, and assigning KPI's for tracking intelligence programs.
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