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In today’s dynamic business landscape, measuring the impact of each team member’s contributions is a potent tool for enhancing team robustness 🤝. It amplifies recognition, skill alignment, informed decision-making, continuous improvement, workload management, and team spirit. By gaining a clear understanding of individual impact, teams can harness strengths collectively to overcome crisis challenges and maintain peak performance. 🚀🌟

As we continue our journey towards enhancing team resilience, this post marks the 4th installment (out of 8) in our series. 🌐

Here are a few frameworks to create your Key Performance Indicator (KPI) dashboard for your team. Which ones are your favorites?

  1. Sustainable Human Management Dashboard: This holistic approach connects essential skills for effective leadership and interpersonal relationships within organizations. Rooted in active non-violence, learn more at https://m-h-d.be/nos-specificites/le-tableau-de-bord-du-management-humain-durable/
  2. OKR (Objectives and Key Results): Popular among startups and tech companies, OKRs involve setting ambitious goals and measuring key results that contribute to those objectives. OKR dashboards prioritize simplicity and transparency. Learn more at https://asana.com/fr/resources/setting-okrs
  3. Balanced Scorecard (BSC): A widely adopted approach, the Balanced Scorecard emphasizes balance across four perspectives: financial, customer, internal processes, and learning and growth. It’s a strategic way to define indicators for each perspective, tracking overall company performance. Learn more at https://www.manager-go.com/organisation-entreprise/balanced-scorecard.htm
  4. GQIM (Quantitative Management of Information and Measurement): GQIM provides a systematic framework for managing KPIs and measurements within organizations. It guides goal-setting, relevant indicator selection, data collection, and analysis for informed decision-making. Learn more at https://resources.sei.cmu.edu/asset_files/TechnicalNote/2016_004_001_455107.pdf
  5. SMART Method: Used to define Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Realistic, and Time-bound goals. It ensures KPIs are aligned with concrete and achievable objectives. Also explore alternatives like MoSCoW, WOOP, KRAFT, ALPEN.

Make your choice and steer your team’s performance with precision. If you’re curious to learn more about these methodologies or to share your ideas, let’s connect to exchange valuable insights. Together, we’re paving the way for a future of resilient and high-performing teams! 💡💼🚀