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Episode Info: “The future is already here, it is just unevenly distributed.” -William Gibson All companies like to know where they are succeeding and most use benchmarks as a methodology to determine the areas of high performance. Typically, organizations believe that benchmarks will provide a magical answer as to what their competition is doing right, that can then be applied to their own business. However in our experience, traditional benchmarks have been found to not be as effective as many believe. So how should they best proceed? This week, we discuss how to create a benchmark based upon a best-achieved performance of a company and how this ties into the financial statement story. Tune in to hear how you can pinpoint your best-achieved performance, formulate a benchmark based off those resulting best practices, and ensure you are maximizing your potential. Listen To The Full Interview: What You'll Learn From This Episode: How to identify the best-achieved performance of a company. Why procedure manuals typically do not yield the best possible performance. The importance of making tacit knowledge explicit. How to determine the bell curve of productivity. Featured On The Show: Mick Holly Andre Gein www.FinancialStatementStory.com  Get More Stories: Subscribe in iTunes & Leave us a Review Subscribe to the show via RSS or Stitcher Join our email list to never miss a beat
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