Key Performance Indicators: Developing, Implementing,and Using Winning KPIs

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Wiley, Mar 30, 2007 - Business & Economics - 256 pages
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Breathtaking in its simplicity and profound in its impact, Key Performance Indicators (KPI) distills the balanced scorecard process into twelve logical steps, equipping users with an implementation resource kit that includes questionnaires, worksheets, workshop outlines, and a list of over 500 performance measures. Author David Parmenter provides you with everything you need to master and implement a KPI-driven strategy.

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DAVID PARMENTER is the CEO and Managing Director of Waymark Solutions (www.waymark.co.nz). For the last ten years, he has specialized in assisting organizations to measure, report, and improve their performance.He has an in-depth understanding of "winning KPIs" and how an organization can implement a balanced scorecard in sixteen weeks. Parmenter has worked with many corporate service functions in Europe and New Zealand to adopt and implement better practices. He is an international presenter and authority on a wide range of topics including quarterly rolling planning—replacing the annual planning process. He has also worked as a senior consultant for Ernst & Young in both London and Wellington, where he was involved in performing operational reviews and feasibility studies. He has also worked for BP Oil New Zealand Ltd, Arthur Andersen, and Price Waterhouse.David is a member of the New Zealand and English Institute of Chartered Accountants. He is a regular writer for professional and business journals.

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