Reporting is an important stage in the performance management process, although managers can sometimes fall into the trap of considering it as the end of the performance cycle. However, just reporting performance data will not ensure the improvement of results. Improvement is only possible when decisions are made based on the insights provided by data.
Some KPIs in Search Engine Optimization are plain and clear: most people, for example, measure the ranking positions for a few keywords, while others look at the overall traffic, or analyze the number of links. But can you improve on measuring those KPIs?
A company’s customer support team is a vital asset. The team contributes significantly to the business’ success, because of how it helps in retaining customers. In addition, did you know that it’s much more expensive for a business to acquire a customer than it is to retain one?
Measurement is an activity which emerged thousands of years ago, driven by the human curiosity to know more about the environment and to understand how the world works. In time, our world has evolved to become more and more complex, pressuring us to constantly refine our measurement tools and techniques.
Today, we see organizations as ecosystems and we act accordingly to our desire to know more and to better understand this environment. Nowadays, challenges are not about accessing information, as most companies are managing large volumes of data. The challenge is to decide what data is the most important for decision making? In this context, key performance indicators (KPIs) are very useful tools to provide:
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are continuously suffering from poor health conditions, which have become an ever-present challenge for the Australian government.