Free webinar “KPI Balancing: How to create a relevant scorecard”

“Balance” is the aim many of us strive to achieve, whether it is about work-life balance, a balanced diet or just a notion to guide our behavior in general. When it comes to measuring performance, “balance” is about finding the most relevant KPI selection for your strategy map.

This webinar will present 4 principles to balance your KPI selection and ensure the most relevant performance monitoring of your objectives.


Main topics covered

  • The importance of KPI balancing
  • Leading vs. Lagging KPIs
  • Efficiency vs. Effectiveness
  • Quality vs. Quantity
  • Objectivity vs. Subjectivity

Key Learning Points

  • Distinguish between key concepts in performance measurement (e.g. leading-lagging, efficiency-effectiveness, quality-quantity);
  • Apply the KPI balancing principles to measure strategic objectives;
  • Create a relevant performance scorecard.

Facilitator’s profile

Cristina Tărâță is the Head of Research Department, at The KPI Institute.

Cristina’s research activity is reflected by the development of the database and by the documentation of over 1,000 KPIs from 16 functional areas and 25 industries. She has also coordinated the launch of over 90 reports ”Top 25 KPIs in 2011-2012”; and the development of several book series: The KPI Compendium and The KPI Dictionary Series.

As a consultant, Cristina was involved in multiple projects concerned with implementing a performance management system based on the Balanced Scorecard at the strategic, operational and individual level. Among representative clients, there is the Abu Dhabi Retirement Pensions and Benefits Fund. Furthermore, she revised the performance management architecture of companies from different industries, including financial institutions, petrochemicals, public sector, health and professional services.

Free Registration

To register for the webinar click here.

Webinar Recording

The webinar recording will be available on our eLearning platform.

The KPI Institute February 4th, 2016 E-learning