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"How Do We Know We're Measuring the Right Things?": A Model for Weighing Strategic Priorities


The amount of things a company can measure is so vast that it is difficult to know where to focus, or to know which areas will reveal the best opportunities to meet the corporate agenda.  In this report, MIT Professor, John Hauser, describes a mathematical model developed at that university’s Center for Innovation in Product Development (CIPD), which can act as a kind of “business thermostat,” telling an organization where to focus strategic priorities to produce the greatest benefit.  Results are given for the test run of this model with a real company’s data.
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