Date: 19 Jul 2019, 12:30pm - 2:30pm (GMT+10:00) Sydney
What gets measured gets managed.
What does this quote mean to you?
Have you ever worked tirelessly on a campaign without realising the desired result? And when it’s over, you’re still unsure regarding its
impact on your profit margin? Or whether it was it worth your investment in terms of the time-frustration-stress input? Let's talk KPIs.
❓What are Key Performance Indicators (KPIs)?
❓Why are KPIs critical to your business mission?
❓How do you set the right KPIs for your organisation?
In this 90 minute Lunch & Learn session you'll learn how to set and measure KPIs that are:
✅ Specific – It clearly and precisely states what will be measured
✅ Measurable – It is numerical and can be graphed
✅ Actionable – It delivers results that can be easily interpreted, so you are clear on what actions to take to affect the measure
✅Repeatable – It enables you to consistently gather information over time
✅Timely – It allows for frequent and regular measurement taking.
Includes a 2 course catered lunch alongside like-minded business owners who are keen to learn & network. A more casual alternative to formal training and seminars, the best lunch and learns become an integral part of company culture - and a tasty perk that everyone looks forward to.
Be sure to book. Places limited.
Here's a rare local opportunity to learn more about marketing and managing your business and keeping up to date with the latest innovations that can help run your business more efficiently. A sell out event for the past three years, B.I.T.E Conference is the premier small business event in Greater Melbourne and Frankston region.
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