The Engineering Metrics workshop gives a comprehensive overview of how to measure and improve engineering project and team performance. We explore traditional measurement methods and also approach metrics from a fresh perspective to help you answer the question, “What are the right metrics for us?”
You’ll leave the workshop prepared to immediately implement Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) using a balanced scorecard/dashboard approach. We’ll address the challenges you’re facing in your organization, and we examine issues that are common in many companies so you can apply the most relevant metrics. You will also learn to measure human factors that managers usually assume can’t be measured but are, in fact, essential to organizational performance.
You’ll Learn To:
- Prioritize engineering performance objectives for maximum business impact
- Implement a balanced scorecard/dashboard system immediately
- Balance short- and long-term business objectives
- Improve resource utilization
- Identify the need for additional performance management tools
- Increase employee engagement
The Day in the Workshop
Real world examples, case studies, and interactive exercises help connect the topics to everyday job situations. During the workshop, you’ll create an action plan for implementation. You’ll also benefit from follow-up with the workshop leader.
$6,250/day for up to 25 participants.
Includes travel within the continental U.S., materials and follow-up.
Electronics, mechanical and software engineering are all part of Gary Hinkle’s background, working in design and management of communication equipment, industrial controls, telemetry systems, consumer audio, avionics, computers, test & measurement, among other industries. Today, he’s principal consultant at Auxilium, a company he founded in 2002 to help engineering-oriented businesses increase productivity.
Throughout his career Gary has worked with thousands of managers and engineers at hundreds of companies – leading projects and teams, helping to improve processes, and helping technical leaders develop leadership and management competencies. Much of Gary’s knowledge comes from working directly with customers and learning from them. He has experienced what works and what doesn’t work within hundreds of businesses. Consulting clients and participants in his workshops benefit from this experience. (More)
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