Advanced Key Performance Indicators™ (aKPIs™)

Advanced Key Performance Indicators™ (aKPIs™)

Date: ESI™ Exam Schedules
Format: Custom Program
Location: ESI School of Business Campus
Fee: UUSD750~1,250 (inclusive of ESI exam fees)
Key Features: The ESI Certification Programs are created with HR subject matter experts through a rigorous practice analysis study conducted by the ESI School of Business.

Course Overview

The Advanced Key Performance Indicators™ (aKPIs™) covers a wide range of topics of concern to developing KPIs that can change behaviours and deliver a broad range of improved business results. The twelve standalone modules allow learners to focus on all areas of performance management by KPIs most important.

Curriculum & Learning Outcomes

The Advanced Key Performance Indicators™ (aKPIs™) developed by ESI School of Business which is based on authentic studies by  David Parmenter, the author of a best seller textbook “Key performance indicators: developing, implementing, and using winning KPIs”. You will find many implementation toolkits, papers, articles, and freeware that will be useful to your learning at www.davidparmenter.com.

  • Module 1: The Great KPI Misunderstanding
  • Module 2: The Myths of Performance Measurement
  • Module 3: Background to the Winning KPI Methodology
  • Module 4: Leading and Selling the Change
  • Module 5: Getting the CEO and Senior Management Committed to the Change
  • Module 6: Up-Skill In-House Resources to Manage the KPI Project
  • Module 7: Finding Your Organization’s Critical Success Factors
  • Module 8: Characteristics of Meaningful Measures
  • Module 9: Designing and Refining Measures
  • Module 10: Reporting Performance Measures
  • Module 11: Ongoing Support and Refinement of KPIs and CSFs
  • Module 12: Implementation Case Studies and Lessons

Course Learning Outcomes

Many organizations fail to achieve their potential because they lack clarity regarding the more important things to do. These organizations have not distinguished their critical success factors (CSFs) from the myriad known success factors. This lack of clarity means that often staff members will schedule their work based around their team’s priorities rather than the priorities of the organization. The goal of this Advanced Key Performance Indicators™ (aKPIs™) is to provide tensive theories and best practices on the KPIs in strategic performance management for all levels of organizations to boost the peak performance for the sustainable development and growth.

  • The dark side of performance measure and why over half of the measures may be destroying organizational values.
  • The three major benefits of ascertaining an organization’s critical success factors and the associated performance measures.
  • The importance of measuring at the top of the cliff, and the examples of measures that are often confused as KPIs and dysfunctional measures that, if used, will damage an organization.
  • Performance with KPIs should be seen as a requirement, a “ticket to the game” and not worthy of additional reward.
  • The steps CEOs need to take to get performance measurement to work in their organizations (in-house); also, the guidelines as to the chapters the Board, CEO, KPI team, and team coordinators should read.

This course is designed for both self-study, blended learning, and classroom teaching to help HR professional or a student of human resources management improve professional communication skills in real-world of human resources management. Learners must complete at least 80% and pass all the course assignments and final exam to ger a Verified Course Certificate from the ESI School of Business.

Teaching Team

ESI School of Business requires excellent teaching experience and expertise in blended education. A Master’s Degree with relevant major plus advanced global professional development is highly desired. We are proud of our learning community’s commitment to our values of Inspiration, Excellence, and Community and our dedication to work together for the best interests of students’ future employment and lives.

At the ESI Group and its School of Business, we recruit faculty and staff with a reputation for excellence. We believe that the best teachers are those who are passionate about learning and who inspire others by their own commitment to personal and professional development. The same is true for our dedicated staff and administration team. Learn more about our school instructors.

Admission Criteria

Admission Requirements

Each ESI Certification Program has its own requirements. To successfully learn and take this course, the participant should have at least two to four years of work experience in human resources management. This course is also recommended for a senior student who has been learning human resources management as a mainstream subject in their university.

Upon notification of acceptance into a program, you’ll receive an electronic invoice that is payable within 30 days of receipt. Please review our school Payment Policies and the steps for cancelling or deferring participation.

English Proficiency

Because ESI Certification Programs are designed to encourage individual growth globally and foster productive interaction among participants, groups and within your organisation, English proficiency in written and spoken English is essential. However, please note that the participants who have challenges in English skills will be offered relevant language assistances from ESI School of Business (Our Admissions Committee may also request an interview).

Letter of Reference

This ESI course also requires a letter of reference from a lecturer or a senior executive within the applicant’s organization, a board member of the applicant’s company, or an ESI School of Business graduate who is familiar with the applicant’s role and responsibilities and can provide a detailed firsthand account.

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