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Adura Strategy Blog

2101, 2017

Free Webinar: Bad KPI Habits

You know what they say, don’t you? If you want a different result you have to change your approach. If you want performance measurement to be easier, faster, more engaging, more meaningful AND to hit more targets, you have to change your approach. […]

2101, 2017

Free Webinar: Bad KPI Habits

You know what they say, don’t you? If you want a different result you have to change your approach. If you want performance measurement to be easier, faster, more engaging, more meaningful AND to hit more targets, you have to change your approach. […]

2001, 2017

Top 3 struggles people have with performance measurement and KPIs

Are you struggling to find the right KPIs to measure your strategy? Do you want to have more people buy-in and take ownership of improving performance? Great measures focus people on the results that matter most, but most organizations don’t have them because people struggle to develop and use performance measurement well.   […]

1701, 2017

What is a Performance Measure, Really?

Have you heard people throw out terms like Key Performance indicators (or KPIs for short), metrics, indicators, and measures? And have you secretly wondered what they really mean? Truthfully, this performance measurement business can seem [...]

1412, 2016

K.I.S.S. Your Goals!

Four simple steps to improve the execution and performance measurement of your strategic goals Want your teams to deliver more impact and do less “busy work” in 2017? Then K.I.S.S. (keep it simple and specific) [...]

2109, 2016

Destination Canada puts PuMP® into Practice

Gloria Loree is the Executive Director for Global Marketing at Canada’s tourism national marketing organization.  Gloria and nine members of her team and agency attended the Vancouver PuMP® Performance Measurement Blueprint Workshop earlier this year. [...]

2009, 2016

How to Remember Your Strategic Plan

Want your team to remember your Strategic Plan? Have them draw it! When executing a strategic plan, leaders universally complain of the lack of early adoption.  Leaders thought it might be the size of the strategic plan, so the “one page strategic plan” emerged.  Leaders summarized that if there is less information to read, employees will be more likely to remember and apply it.  […]

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