Detailed metrics are not always the answer

24 Nov 2015 Annelies De Meyere Leadership & Management

An element that is very present in almost all organisations I know are the metrics that are embedded from beginning to end. To be able to start a project, you need metrics that foresee the future. Owkay. During the actual execution of the project you need to send out status metrics, which is usually a guessing game. And once the project is finished, your starting metrics are compared with the actual ones, to create new metrics. We have a tendency to measure anything and everything, and stop asking us why we do these measurements.

by anneliesdemeyere

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