In Keeping Score, the author contends that metrics must be all-encompassing. They must focus not just on the present, but need to consider the past and future. They also must consider the needs of all participants, including customers, shareholders, and employees. Still one must know exactly what to measure, as measuring everything can be more damaging than measuring nothing. Taking a balanced Baldrige approach, this book shows how to evaluate current approaches to measurement and pinpoint false measurements. It covers the selection of financial metrics, ways to measure employee and customer satisfaction, and methods to track performance and measure quality.
Table of Contents
Acknowl edgments Introduction -- PART 1: EVALUATING YOUR MEASUREMENT SYSTEM -- 1 Measurement: The Key to World-Class Performance -- 2 Problems with Most Measurement System -- 3 EvaluatIng Your Existing Measurement System -- PART II: SELECTING THE RIGHT METRICS -- 4 KeepIng Score In World-Class Organizations -- 5 Measuring Financial Performance -- 6 MeasurIng Customer Satisfaction and Value -- 7 MeasurIng Product/Service Quality -- 8 MeasurIng Processes and Operational Performance -- 9 Measuring Supplier Performance -- 10 Measuring Employee Satisfaction -- PART III: REDESIGNING YOUR MEASUREMENT SYSTEM -- 11 how to Design Your Own Measurement System -- 12 Linking Measures to Strategy and Key Success Factors -- 13 Reporting and Analyzing Performance Data -- 14 linking Measures, Goals, and Plans -- Bibi lography -- Index.
Mark Graham Brown