September 12th 2017
What Do we Mean by Performance?
Download Rebecca's presentation to learn more about business metrics that are useful for evaluating organisational performance and to learn more about corporate strategy. The questions this presentation aims to answer are:
- What are some useful measures of corporate performance?
- What is TSR? How is it useful/ not useful?
- What are PE ratios?
- Why would anyone invest in you?
- What contributes to improving performance?
- Where is value created? What should we be working on? Where have we got most chance of improving performance?
The content of the presentation aims to help HR professionals understand some of the financial metrics used to evaluate the business and its performance, which in turn should help HR professionals understand and evaluate the contribution HR function is making to the success of the business.
To find out more about the event, associated speakers and to download all relevant resources from this event, please click through to the associated event webpage - Organisational Performance Improvement.
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