Updated on October 16th, 2015
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We’ve been using performance indicators for centuries. Think about it.
Teachers have a unit of specific content and skills; they give homework assignments, which we would call formative key performance indicators (KPI’s), and from grading those, they measure how many students are “getting it” and how many are not.…Continue Reading