Define, Measure, Track, Share

Most business people have heard of KPIs or Key Performance Indicators and understand their value when it comes to evaluating success at reaching goals. But did you know that your community association board can use your own set of KPIs? It makes perfect sense, especially for those associations who view themselves as a business and have implemented many of the facets to running a company into their board processes. So let’s take a look at the KPIs your association can measure and why they will be beneficial:    Read the article…………


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