Overview

Overwhelmed by data, numbers, reports, and metrics? Looking everywhere in the company to figure out what needs to be tracked to guide your decision making process? Too much information is worse than not enough information; it is frustrating, confusing, and time consuming.

The core of an effective management strategy is to build strong and integrated systems to guide the construction process, provide standards to measure and monitor performance, and establish accountability. There is always room for improvement.

Key metrics help you quickly identify problem areas and root causes to allow you to make the right changes in execution, people, and the plan. There are eight key areas home builders need to track to have a successful company. 

Loaded with practical solutions and guidance from industry experts Emma Shinn and Jim Weigel, the Key Metrics Workshop features proven strategies for measuring and monitoring performance to achieve superior profitability.

Topics
  • The eight areas of any company that require regular monitoring from owners and top managers to achieve superior performance and profitability
  • What to track and why
  • How to calculate and interpret the key metrics
  • How to ensure the reliability and accuracy of the selected metrics
Schedule

This 12-course online learning experience has been designed to allow busy industry professionals to engage in the material at their own pace, choosing when and where they want to complete the courses. 

Each course is composed of a video presentation ranging from 10 to 30 minutes in length and a few review questions. 

REGISTRANTS HAVE 90 DAYS AFTER PURCHASE TO COMPLETE THE TRAINING.

Registration Fee: $550 per attendee 

Prices subject to change without notice. Payment is required at the time of registration.

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