The KPI Paradox and the Purchase to Pay (P2P) Cycle

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KPI’s – Everyone has had mixed experiences with them and most have suffered from unintended consequences at least once. Designed to help performance, but sometimes acting as more of a hindrance, KPI’s need to be optimized to work best for companies to enable teams and organizations to achieve their best. Join the discussion on the webcast with Consider Solutions on the 22nd June

The KPI Paradox

"Our research shows a clear KPI conflict between the obvious need for performance management metrics and difficulty in making them work effectively". - Dan French, CEO Consider Solutions

In Consider’s research efforts and experience of working with many large customer companies, they have collected a knowledge base around best practices of how to optimise and identify effective performance measures. They will be sharing practical experiences of getting KPIs to work for the business and individuals, how to optimise measures to achieve targets while minimising undesirable consequence and how to avoid the KPI by rote syndrome.

Join this interactive webcast on 22nd June as our panel of experts offer best practices, advice and experiences on how to optimise KPI’s to “work for you instead of against you”.

In this webcast the agenda will be as follows:

  • What are the challenges and advantages of KPIs?
  • Common pain points
  • The role of the GPO and KPI’s
  • Discuss how to drive the desired behaviour with KPI’s
  • Are your KPI’s like watermelons?
  • Thoughts for the road

The lessons learned are applicable to KPIs in general but the examples will focus on the P2P cycle to ensure the takeaways are as specific as possible.

There will be time for Q&A in this 45 minute webcast.

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There will be a recording made available post-event for those who cannot attend the live session – register as normal to receive a copy.

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Emma Taylor
Consider Solutions
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