Which measures of company performance matter most?

“Batting Average is the best predictor of success in baseball.”  For many decades, this was the most common baseball assumption.

So, in business, which measures of performance are highly predictive of company results?  It turns out that our business assumptions are also way off.

Most Predictive Measures

Research on company performance reveals that a few measures of employee performance are 3-5 times more predictive of on the job performance than ANY other measures.

When companies use these more predictive measures and tools, their results improve, sometimes dramatically.

To learn more, check us out at www.OrgEx.com.

About Jim Connolly

Jim Connolly is Founder & CEO of OrgEx, Inc.  OrgEx, Inc. helps companies systematically apply principles of human behavior to improve operational performance and financial results.

Jim is a sought-after speaker who uses humor to challenge the thinking of his audiences.  Jim understands how people think and uses that knowledge to equip, cajole and inspire audiences.  He has spoken to audiences as large as 1,100 people.

In his consulting practice, Jim helps clients with their most pressing people challenges, including:

· Eliminating hiring mistakes
· Reducing employee turnover
· Underperforming teams – sales teams, project teams, leadership teams
· Leader performance challenges
· Resistance to organizational change efforts that are necessary to move the company forward
· Systematically building toward record-setting and industry-leading performance

Whether it’s a company-wide issue or working with a specific department or team, we know how human behavior works so we know how to improve organizational performance and financial results.  Find out more at www.OrgEx.com.  

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By | 2018-06-09T07:54:27+00:00 June 9th, 2018|