Many people invest a good deal of time making new year’s resolutions.Read More
Strategic Discipline Blog
What exactly does James Clear mean by, “You Do Not Rise to the Level of Your Goals. You Fall to the Level of Your Systems?”Read More
My dad was a private pilot. He owned his own airplane, a 1956 Cessna 172. The dashboard for his plane wasn’t as elaborate at the one shown here. He knew exactly what each meter meant and where it had to be to fly the airplane safely and get us where we wanted to go.Read More
As a leader the biggest kick I received was seeing my people succeed. Years ago while still in the broadcasting field I attended an industry conference in Dallas. There a former sales person approached me and fawned over the training and experience she’d gained working for me. She was now a radio station general manager and doing extremely well for a sizeable radio station group in Minnesota. I was overwhelmed. I had no idea how well she had done, nor would she attribute much of her success to my contribution.
Let’s get into the nitty gritty of creating a compelling business dashboard. What elements need to be there, and what guidelines should you consider? Hopefully last blog Last Friday of the Month – How’s Your Dashboard Looking? on my health dashboard provided some insight into building a better dashboard.
Topics: leading indicators, Business Scorecards, key performance indicators, Four Disciplines of Execution, Create Business Dashboard and Scorecard, Build Business Dashboard, Create Business Scorecard