Metrics Matter: An Executive’s Guide to Measuring KPIs

Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) are determined at the beginning of a project to provide a measure into whether key objectives are met both during project execution and upon completion. During execution, these KPIs provide visibility into the status of a project and can highlight issues that could cause delays. At completion, the KPIs can be used to measure and/or confirm the degree of project success or failure.

This white paper will give you insights into:

  • The KPIs that companies managing large capital development projects are tracking
  • How these provide critical measures that help ensure projects stay within the approved schedule, scope, and budget
  • How this information can be efficiently compiled without relying on labor- and resource-intensive processes and spreadsheets
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