How to Cheat at Wordle Using Indirect Measurement

By: David Wilsey

  • 9 March 2022
  • Author: David Wilsey
  • Number of views: 267
Indirect (or proxy) measurements can be useful in some cases. A good example of an indirect measure is currently being used to cheat at the game Wordle.

KPI Development: When to Use Ratios

By: David Wilsey

  • 30 November 2020
  • Author: David Wilsey
  • Number of views: 1002
Beginners in the KPI space often make the mistake of developing raw count measures where ratios would be more meaningful.

Using OKRs With Balanced Scorecard

By: David Wilsey

  • 28 May 2019
  • Author: KPI.org
  • Number of views: 0
This whitepaper will help you better understand OKRs (objectives and key results), the benefits and pitfalls of OKRs and how to use OKRs with the balanced scorecard. 

9 Things We Wish We Had Known About KPIs

Recorded October 30, 2018 - Replay Available

  • 30 October 2018
  • Author: KPI.org
  • Number of views: 3431
This recorded webinar shares 9 things the presenters wish they had understood about KPIs from the very beginning, instead of learning them thru mistakes, hard experience, and untangling KPI messes at numerous clients. They have a combined 50 years of performance management experience and they have the battle scars to show for it.

KPI Best Practices

Recorded November 13, 2017 - Replay Available

  • 13 November 2017
  • Author: KPI.org
  • Number of views: 20365

Sharing best KPI practices from their worldwide client experience, this recorded webinar will provide the knowledge and insight to better understand the relationship between strategy and KPI's.

Webinar participants will learn how to:  
  • Improve managers' and employees' perception of the value and importance of measuring performance
  • Lift the skill level of managers and employees in selecting meaningful measures and using those measures to make better informed decision
  • Use KPIs to build individual and collective accountability for results

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