Value of Evaluating Business Operational Performance

Does your organization need to improve its performance to remain competitive? Do you have a process to continuously identify the most value-adding improvement initiatives that will keep you ahead of the competition at a cost you can afford?
 
A lot of business leaders recognize a need to continuously improve their organization’s performance but either haven’t established a formal program to do so on an ongoing basis or worse yet, just don’t know how.

At StrategyDriven our experience working with leading companies around the world reveals that a formally defined, well-funded, and effectively executed business performance assessment program is the centerpiece for continuous performance improvement. Through this program, the business leaders we work with have enhanced productivity, reduced costs, and raised revenues by double and triple digit percentages.

Our Value of Evaluating Business Operational Performance video describes how to calculate the financial benefit of having a business performance assessment program that enables you to identify the actions needed to make your organization’s performance rise above the rest.

Business Performance Assessment Programs play a key role in the identification of value-adding performance improvement opportunities that will keep your company on top. If you don’t have such a program or are looking for ways to improve the value of your business performance assessments, register for StrategyDriven’ FREE Maximizing the Value of Business Performance Assessments video series. In this free, five part video tutorial, we’ll show you how to optimally synthesize your organization’s data into actionable performance improvement information.


About the Author

Nathan Ives, StrategyDriven Principal is a StrategyDriven Principal, and Host of the StrategyDriven Podcast. For over twenty years, he has served as trusted advisor to executives and managers at dozens of Fortune 500 and smaller companies in the areas of management effectiveness, organizational development, and process improvement. To read Nathan’s complete biography, click here.

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