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Why important things are hard to measure

About this webinar

In this webinar performance measurement specialist and PuMP founder, Stacey Barr, is joined by UK & Europe PuMP Partner Paul Frith, to reveal the one skill an organisation needs to develop or hone, to make sure important and seemingly immeasurable things are measured meaningfully. It covers:

  • Two problems with how these important things are written in our strategy
  • The one skill we all need before we’ll ever be able to meaningfully measure these important things
  • A set of questions to practice, to develop this skill
  • How this skill makes measure design unbelievably easier and more meaningful

The skill that is explored is part of PuMP (a proven performance measurement methodology), which you’ll get a chance to practice during this webinar recording.

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About the PuMP performance measurement methodology

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About the host: Stacey Barr

Stacey is a specialist in strategic performance measurement and evidence-based leadership.

Her purpose is to help leaders get tangibly clear about the results they intend to achieve in their organisation, to know how to recognise if and how well they are achieving those results.

Stacey specialises in using practical performance measurement as the catalyst for creating a high-performance culture that achieves measurable success.

About the co-host: Paul Frith

Paul is a performance measurement specialist, and PuMP Partner for UK and Europe. He has worked both internally and as a consultant to deliver change programmes and support the fulfilment of organisational goals and ambitions – based on a foundation of advanced analytics.