Key Performance Indicators

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Key Performance Indicators

Quantitative and qualitative measurements showing how successfully an organization is achieving its investment goals. Key performance indicators vary from firm to firm, depending on one's particular needs and goals. Firms determine internally both the key performance indicators and the process of measuring them. They are used in marketing, manufacturing, and supply chain management.
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This is the only way to drive job creation, a key success indicator of the Big Four agenda.
// Premier: People is key success indicator for government.
The school improved its results in every key success indicator for the sixth year in a row, with five A*- C GCSE results increasing by an incredible 20 per cent - taking it over the 80 per cent threshold for the first time.
Key success indicators of the group in the first quarter of 2018
Critical thinking skills and the ability to ask the right questions are key success indicators in the analytics-related field.
In addition, AssetEye provides configurable, investor-oriented key performance indicators or key success indicators by asset type.
To determine the scores each month, 300 consumers evaluate each new product on their mobile devices at home or in-store via the Instantly Concept Test platform, which collects feedback on key success indicators such as purchase intent, differentiation, need/desire and value.
In the case of projects, it is more suitable to replace the term Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) according to ISO 9004:2009 with the term Key Success Indicators (KSI) as a common term for criteria used to measure the benefits (financial and non-financial) of a project.