Essential Innovation and New Product Development KPIs – Premium Pack
Sometimes you just need a menu of good KPIs to pick from. That's what this 'Essential KPIs' guide is designed to provide. The problem is that not every business is the same.
So how do you make sure you fully understand where the KPIs in this pack came from and identify any extra KPIs that may be specific to your organisation? You do this using KPI Trees. KPI Trees show the outcomes that each KPI is designed to reflect, so you can understand the logic and reasoning behind each and every KPI in the pack and build on it to identify KPIs specific to your organisation.
The KPIs in this pack were selected using KPI Trees from the ROKS Express system. This premium pack includes the original KPI Trees so you can review and adapt them. This approach gives you convenience and flexibility. As all the packs in this store were developed from the ROKS Express system, if you decide to add further packs in future, they will work seamlessly together.
The printable Premium Essential KPI Guide including full KPI definitions and examples (A4 PDF)
The KPI Tree source diagrams for the guide KPIs (as PDFs)
A one-page 'KPI Tree Cheat Sheet' in both (A4 PDF)
A ROKS KPI Canvas definition templates (Excel template and printable A4 PDF)
This pack includes...
- R2 Technical Research and Development
- R3 Service Research and Development
- R4 Intellectual Property Protection (Patents and Copyright)
Number of KPIs included in KPI Tree: 54
Number of full KPI definitions included in this pack: 16
Check out the free 'Financial KPIs Premium Pack' to see the type of documents you will get in your pack.
We have found it tough to come up with KPIs for our NPD team. The book represents is good KPIs summary for the measurable parts of innovation and new product development. In this book I’ve found some interesting KPI I didn’t think about and the confirmation of other onses I selected on my own. I believe that some absolute numbers are not ideal KPIs because they must be interpreted in the production context, so pay attention when using them.
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