Part of your role as an executive or owner in driving business performance, is to evaluate past performance and decide on how to remedy the situation going forward. Here are 3 #bestpratical tips to effectively evaluate performance and determine actions.
How to Design a Performance Dashboard
Struggling to get a grip on the real-time performance of your business? The article talks about a real-life example (and tips!) of how to design a performance dashboard that gives you immediate visibility of the performance of your business.
#bestpractical Reporting Metrics
Business leaders need more than month-end reports showing history. They need to know what to do during the month to influence the future outcomes, i.e. what IS the dial that needs to move (what to measure), and what to DO to move the dial. These are called leading indicators. Watch this short video to learn more.
#bestpractical Setting Targets: Take Aim at your Overdraft
Poor cashflow is the biggest business killer. Cashflow is the oxygen of the business – without it you can’t breathe. Having said this, getting rid of your bank overdraft is possible if you set it as a target, as we’ll see in Kevin and Lucy’s story.
3 #bestpractical Tips for Prioritisation
Business leaders often feel challenged about the best practical way to prioritise projects and tasks. Read on for 3 #bestpractical tips for prioritisation.
Create better management reports – the #bestpractical way
Management reports are crucial inputs in support of a meeting, in order to achieve a productive outcome. There are many ways to improve your reporting. Here are 3 tips to get you going.
Improve the quality of meetings – the #bestpractical way
As the speed of change increases, the quality of complex decisions become compromised due to dysfunctional meetings. Read on for quick tips for more productive meetings, which will improve the quality of meetings and decisions.
Innovation and Transformation – Fix the pothole forever #bestpractical
The reality is that businesses are under pressure to change. We will have to get much better at managing our innovation and transformation journeys.