Non-Desk Matters: KPIs and Key Measurements for Internal Comms

KPIs and Key Measurements

What impacts the bottom line for your company? What do you need to increase or decrease to succeed? What does next quarter look like? Next year? Next decade.

Measurement allows you to prove you are making process.

In part 4 of our series on #TEAMworks — we’re focused on measurement. Throughout the series, we have shared ideas to help you improve your teams and boost your bottom line. But in order to see improvements, you have to make sure you know how to measure progress.

Take a look at these articles to help you better understand measurement and make sure you will get credit for your good work:

Measure What Matters

Part 4 of the #TEAMWorks series – Operationalize with data; you can’t improve what you don’t measure. Learn how to set a BHAG and benchmark using KPIs. 

6 KPIs for Internal Communications

Check out these simple recommendations for measuring the impact of employee communications in your organization.

Why Performance Evaluations Matter for Hourly Workers

Does your company offer learning and development programs to hourly workers, or does it stop with your salaried associates? Read more.

How Much does it Cost Companies to Lose Employees?

Don’t ignore the impact of turnover on your profits. Measure your employee turnover and know the ROI of investing in improvement.

Employees Want a Lot More From Their Managers

Don’t just measure your non-desk employees. Make sure you are measuring managers’ performance as well. Managers account for up to 70% of variance in engagement at work. Learn more.

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