KPI and Project Controlling

KPIs like a Compass could drive you to the abysm when picked and used in the wrong way.

Work on finding and revealing the right KPIs for your company. Identifying and meaningfully computing the right ones will be the first step towards corrective actions when going in the wrong direction and rationalizing the always needed continuous improvement effort.

Picking the wrong KPIs could lead to wasting valuable resources for no good reason. So, collect only robust (reliable) KPIs you can take action on.

KPIs are extremely sensitive to every single company nature, consequently remember to always validate/adjust their definition and measurement to your own environment and needs. Do not reuse them from previous/external sources with thorough thinking.

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Development productivity

Software quality

Solution scalability and performance

Alignment of the IT to the Business Strategy

Stakeholder satisfaction

Provider performance

Solution Architecture quality

Related IDEAS

The KNOWLEDGE

Business - IT Alignment

Enable and Trigger future Business Strategies without jeopardizing financial reality and current operational needs.

KPI and Project Controlling

KPIs like a Compass could drive you to the abysm when picked and used in the wrong way.

Contractor Management

Discover the right IT Providers and manage it smartly and tight to get their best.

Software Architecture

Build simple Architectures to enable as many future scenarios as possible.

Software Development Methodology

Taylor your Methodology of choice and continuously monitor and enhance its adoption.

Disruptive Waves

Innovation: Opportunity, threat or distracting noise.

The CONNEXION

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For further information please write an email to: carles@thectocoach.com