Performance measurement systems monitor the behaviors and results of the organization’s workgroups and, in some cases, individuals; providing periodic reinforcement of the achievement of desired outcomes. This reinforcement can only occur when an individual understands his/her role as associated with a metric and receives and understands the associated performance information. Such role designation and communication is fostered through development of a RACI matrix specifically associated with each performance measure within the system.
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Individual RACI assignments can be difficult. Several other StrategyDriven articles provide additional insights to help in this decision-making process including:
- Organizational Performance Measures Best Practice – Map Performance Measure Ownership
- Organizational Performance Measures Best Practice – System Approval by the CEO
- Organizational Performance Measures Best Practice – Broad Communication
- Organizational Performance Measures Best Practice – Annual Alignment Review
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