Every business aspires to achieve better sales, optimized productivity, and an efficient workforce. But how exactly would you calculate the growth of your company and workforce? This is where project metrics come into the picture. Project metrics are crucial to observe the growth rate of different aspects of the business. Furthermore, it is equally important to determine what metrics will be best suited for your project and how you can upscale and measure the growth of your company.
Project management practitioners have begun to realize the importance of Key Project Indicators (KPIs) and project management metrics for their business management. KPIs enable business owners and their teams to make better-informed decisions and optimize project health in a challenging environment. Many business owners are aware of different ways to measure their company’s performance growth. But some leaders are not sure what project management metrics they should implement. In his article for Project Management Institute, Reed D.
Identifying ambiguities at an early stage is way better than rescuing later. Often, the most appropriate project plan goes off the track without alert. Failure of such projects is apparent. In this article at CIO, Peter Wayner hints at the early indicators of project disruption. Memorize them and stay vigilant throughout the project lifecycle. Each hint points to a vast mess lurking under the surface.