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Levels of Pain – Refining the “Bad” side of the KPI Status

Everything we do towards achieving goals involves costs – sacrifice, investment (a positive way to look at it). We purposefully put things we already have (time, money, our career) to be consumed or at risk in the hope of achieving a … Continue reading

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The Effect Correlation Score for KPIs

Introduction Everything we do is intended to move us towards achieving some set of goals ranging from just satisfying our immediate hunger to achieving a revolution. These actions are executed within a strategy (or hierarchies of strategies) to varying extents of sensibility and organization. … Continue reading

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Map Rock Problem Statement – Part 2 of 5

This is Part 2 of 5 of the Map Rock Problem Statement. After a discussion on how I decided to develop Map Rock in, Map Rock Problem Statement – Part 1 of 5, Part 2 describes the target audience as well … Continue reading

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Map Rock is Almost There!

Happy New Year! I’m very happy to say that the development of Map Rock V1.0 is just about there. In fact, over the past month, my effort has shifted from primarily development of the actual product to primarily authoring rollout material. Map Rock … Continue reading

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