Continuing our series of KPI examples, we've compiled the 12 best examples of KPIs for sales teams. These are the KPIs you need to be tracking if you want to succeed in sales - includes examples and descriptions.
About email@example.comAbout the author: Tom Wright is the CEO and cofounder of Cascade Strategy. He loves everything about startups, technology and salami. Tom works with leaders of some of the world's biggest brands, using that experience as a bedrock for many of his blog posts about strategy.
This “Growthology” growth plan checklist will help you identify the key areas that are hindering your business growth. Go through the checklist and see how you can unblock your growth potential. Also downloadable as an eBook!
The Objectives & Key Results (OKR) process is one of the most popular goal setting methodologies around today. Learn everything you need to know about how they work, and how to implement them throughout your organization.
We recently launched our new KPI tracking feature in Cascade, and since then we've been flooded with requests from people asking for examples of KPIs to help them build out their own. Our examples include descriptions and pictures.
Business consultants are part of a massive $250bn industry. Not only that, but it's an industry that's growing quickly - one that's surprisingly resilient to downturns. These are stories about the best, worst & funniest consultants I've ever worked with.
In this article you’ll learn all about the key elements of a strategic plan, and how to include them in your next one. We also have an awesome strategy template that you can download to work with offline to help get you started.
The Balanced Scorecard is one of the most famous strategy frameworks ever created. It has been used by organizations since as early as the 1980's, when it was originally devised by Robert Kaplan and David Norton. It's also one of the first things you'll learn about on a business or management degree.
McKinsey’s Three Horizons of Growth are all about keeping you focused on growth and innovation. This strategy framework requires you to categorize your goals into 3 different ‘horizons’, each of which takes you closer towards the goal of being a truly innovative company.
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