Key Performance Indicators KPI: The 75 measures every manager needs to know Financial Times Series

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Financial Times/ Prentice Hall #ad - Key Performance Indicators KPI: The 75 measures every manager needs to know Financial Times Series #ad - By identifying and describing the most powerful financial and non-financial KPIs, this book will make life easier for you by defining them, explaining how and when they should be used and providing a rich library of KPIs that have been proven to significantly improve performance. The book presents case examples to illustrate the selection and use of the KPIs and provides tools such as KPI selection templates and Key Performance Questions to help you apply the most appropriate KPIs effectively in your business.

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Key Business Analytics: The 60+ Business Analysis Tools Every Manager Needs To Know

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FT Publishing International #ad - It includes analysis techniques within the following categories: financial analytics – cashflow, social media, marketing channels customer analytics – customer lifetime values, market trends, competencies, performance, sales forecasts Market analytics – market size, leadership Operational analytics – supply chains, broken into short sharp advice on the essentials: What is it? When should I use it? How do I use it? Tips and pitfalls Further readingThis essential toolkit also provides an invaluable section on how to gather original data yourself through surveys, text, customer needs Employee analytics – capacity, environmental impact Bare business analytics – sentiments, interviews, profitability, correlationsEach tool will follow the bestselling Key format of being 5-6 pages long, focus groups, etc.

Key Business Analytics: The 60+ Business Analysis Tools Every Manager Needs To Know #ad - Key business analytics will help managers apply tools to turn data into insights that help them better understand their customers, optimize their internal processes and identify cost savings and growth opportunities.

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Super Crunchers: Why Thinking-by-Numbers Is the New Way to Be Smart

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Bantam #ad - No one who wants to stay ahead of the curve should make another keystroke without reading Ian Ayres’s engrossing and enlightening book. New york times bestseller • with new information on crunching your own numbers to get the edge the experts haveAn international sensation—and still the talk of the relevant blogosphere—this Wall Street Journal and New York Times business bestseller examines the “power” in numbers.

Intuition and experience are no longer enough to make the grade. Cutting-edge organizations are already crunching increasingly larger databases to find the unseen connections among seemingly unconnected things to predict human behavior with staggeringly accurate results. In order to succeed—even survive—in our data-based world, you need to become statistically literate.

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KPI Checklists: Practical guide to implementing KPIs and performance measures, over 50 checklists included.

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Metric Press #ad - Are you trying to devise, implement or fix KPIs?This book is for people who:• Have the task of creating new KPIs for their organisation. Have been asked to improve or enhance existing KPIs. Need help implementing a measurement system. Using brief explanations and practical checklists, this book will help you deliver meaningful measures that work, create reports that support decision-making and deploy the tools you need to engage the rest of your organisation.

KPI Checklists: Practical guide to implementing KPIs and performance measures, over 50 checklists included. #ad - This book will help you:• Avoid strategy pitfalls when choosing KPIs. Turn your strategy into practical measures quickly. Decide which measures to ignore. Design reports with buy-in. Develop laser-sharp KPI definitions. Implement your measures, reports and dashboards. Over fifty checklists are included to take you through a structured KPI implementations process step by step.

The book also includes download links for free instant access to all the templates used.

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Key Management Ratios Financial Times Series

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Financial Times/ Prentice Hall #ad - Drawing data from 200 companies worldwide, the book brings clarity and simplicity to its explanation of every measure and shows how they all link together to drive your business. From cash flow and profit to roi and ROTA, its unique approach remains as classic as ever, bringing a simple and visual understanding to a complex subject.

Key Management Ratios Financial Times Series #ad -  . With over 33, 000 copies sold, Key Management Ratios is a market “classic”. This new edition is re-packaged with a new jacket design to revitalise the Key Management brand and new two-colour internals make it more readable and visually appealing. Key management Ratiosis an antidote to any fear of finance.

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Numbers Rule Your World: The Hidden Influence of Probabilities and Statistics on Everything You Do

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McGraw-Hill Education #ad - What you learn may surprise you, amuse you, or even enrage you. This is how engineers calculate your quality of living, how corporations determine your needs, and how politicians estimate your opinions. These are the numbers you never think about-even though they play a crucial role in every single aspect of your life.

. But there's one thing you won't be able to deny: Numbers Rule Your World… "An easy read with a big benefit. Fareed zakaria, cnn "for those who have anxiety about how organization data-mining is impacting their world, Kaiser Fung pulls back the curtain to reveal the good and the bad of predictive analytics.

Numbers Rule Your World: The Hidden Influence of Probabilities and Statistics on Everything You Do #ad - Ian ayres, yale professor and author of super crunchers: why thinking by Numbers is the New Way to Be Smart "A book that engages us with stories that a journalist would write, the compelling stories behind the stories as illuminated by the numbers, and the dynamics that the numbers reveal. John sall, sas institute "little did i suspect, executive vice president, when I picked up Kaiser Fung's book, that I would become so entranced by it - an illuminating and accessible exploration of the power of statistical analysis for those of us who have no prior training in a field that he explores so ably.

Peter clarke, fall, author of keynes: the Rise, and Return of the 20th Century's Most Influential Economist "A tremendous book. These are the statistics that rule your life, your vacation, your money, your health, your commute, your food, your job, and your success. If you want to understand how to use statistics, well, how to think with numbers and yet to do this without getting lost in equations, if you've been looking for the book to unlock the door to logical thinking about problems, you will be pleased to know that you are holding that book in your hands.

Daniel finkelstein, executive editor, the times of London "I thoroughly enjoyed this accessible book and enthusiastically recommend it to anyone looking to understand and appreciate the role of statistics and data analysis in solving problems and in creating a better world.

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Key Management Models, 3rd Edition: The 75+ Models Every Manager Needs to Know

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FT Publishing International #ad - This best selling management book is a true classic. If you want to be a model manager, keep this new, even better 3rd edition close at hand. Key management models has the winning combination of brevity and clarity, giving you short, practical overviews of the top classic and cutting edge management models in an easy-to-use, ready reference format.

Key Management Models, 3rd Edition: The 75+ Models Every Manager Needs to Know #ad - It's the essential guide to all the management models you’ll ever need to know about. Includes the classic and essential management models from the previous 2 editions. Thoroughly updated to include cutting edge new models. Two-colour illustrations and case studies throughout.  . Whether you want to remind yourself about models you’ve already come across, or want to find new ones, you’ll find yourself referring back to it again and again.

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Key Performance Indicators For Dummies

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For Dummies #ad - Learn to design kpis that are unique to your business and fit closely to your strategic objectives determine which KPI questions you should be asking to achieve the right insights for your business Learn the specific KPIs that are appropriate for different business circumstances Turn KPIs into deep insights by mastering related reporting and communications practices KPIs are a crucial part of every manager's toolkit, and are essential for helping to monitor the execution of business strategies and measure results.

A complete guide to using kpis to drive organisational performance is your business on track to achieve success? Key Performance Indicators For Dummies covers the essential KPIs that are useful to all kinds of businesses, and includes more than 100 different ways leaders can monitor and drive performance in their organisations.

Key Performance Indicators For Dummies #ad - To meet this need, the book provides tools and templates that leaders can use to develop unique KPIs that best suit their particular organisation or industry. Good kpis should be unique to every business, as every business has different objectives. Key performance indicators for dummies moves beyond a basic discussion of what KPIs are, and why they are needed to provide a complete guide for learning to design and use specific KPIs to drive organisational performance.

This book helps managers understand the crucial KPIs that should be implemented for all different aspects of the organisation, including financial performance, operational and internal processes, sales and marketing, customer satisfaction and more.

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Key Business Solutions: Essential problem-solving tools and techniques that every manager needs to know Financial Times Series

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Financial Times/ Prentice Hall #ad - It is not easy, but the tools and techniques covered in Key Business Solutions should help. Sir george cox, author of the hm treasury Cox Review of Creativity in UK Business and former Chairman of the Design Council. Only in retrospect is it obvious what should have been done. The most successful businesses don’t avoid problems – they solve them.

This practical, insightful and entertaining book guides you through how to do this. An indispensable resource for any manager. Richard newton, business consultant and best-selling author       ------'One of the key attributes in running a business successfully is the ability to see a situation in perspective.

Too often the real issues go unrecognised, an opportunity slips by, signs are misread, the wrong problem is addressed. This book explains how to resolve every challenge faced on a day-to-day basis in your business by presenting an unbeatable inventory of proven problem solving tools and techniques to help you tackle your toughest business dilemmas effectively.

Key Business Solutions: Essential problem-solving tools and techniques that every manager needs to know Financial Times Series #ad - You will learn how to:·         overcome any business challenge with robust logic and structure ·         how to break down problems and make your workload lighter·         deliver the ‘killer’ recommendations·         Discover how to successfully implement change in people and organisations·         How to keep yourself, your team, and your stakeholders happy·         How to use an effective hypothesis-driven approach to problem solving Using case studies, a ‘best practice example’ and at least one figurative table or figure, every dilemma is bought to life equipping you with the very best tools to confront any problem your business may face.

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Performance Management: Integrating Strategy Execution, Methodologies, Risk, and Analytics Wiley and SAS Business Series Book 21

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Wiley #ad - This book is a must read for ceos, CFOs, and management accountants around the globe seeking higher levels of sustainable business performance for their stakeholders. Jeffrey C. This is an informative and enjoyable text to read!" —wayne eckerson, the data warehouse institute TDWI; author of Performance Dashboards: Measuring, Monitoring, and Managing Your Business "In this very insightful book, Director of Research, the view of an integrated performance management framework with a goal to link various operational activities with business strategy is an excellent approach to manage and improve business.

If you want your performance management system to be a smoothly running analytical machine, read and apply the ideas in this book—it's all you need. Thomas H. Praise for praise for performance management: Integrating Strategy Execution, Methodologies, Risk, and Analytics "A highly accessible collection of essays on contemporary thinking in performance management.

Performance Management: Integrating Strategy Execution, Methodologies, Risk, and Analytics Wiley and SAS Business Series Book 21 #ad - Cokins not only paints a rich and textured view of the major principles and concepts driving performance management implementations, he offers a nuanced look at the important subtleties that can spell the difference between success and failure. Readers will get excellent overviews on the Balanced Scorecard, incentives, activity-based costing, strategy maps, customer lifetime value, management accounting, and sustainable shareholder value creation.

Robert S. Kaplan, the execution premium, but a structured, and many other books "Gary Cokins demonstrates in this book that performance management is not a mysterious black art, Harvard Business School; coauthor of The Balanced Scorecard: Translating Strategy into Action, process-oriented discipline. Davenport, president's distinguished professor of information technology and Management, Babson College; coauthor of Competing on Analytics: The New Science of Winning "Drawing on a deep reservoir of knowledge and experience gained from hundreds of customer engagements around the world, Gary Cokins offers an authoritative examination of the major dimensions of performance management.

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