Invensis Learning's Measuring Process and Organizational Performance (MPOP) Training Course in Los Angeles is delivered by highly qualified trainers with extensive experience in MPOP. Accurately measuring the performance of an organization allows managers to correct deficiencies, which leads to significant cost-savings and higher customer satisfaction. The right tools are required to adjust operations and lead personnel in the right direction in order to achieve the necessary goals.
The Measuring Process and Organizational Performance (MPOP) course provides the metrics and tools which are required to help you measure and better understand the performance of your processes. Individuals and enterprises who are part of this MPOP training will gain insights into their own situation at present, as well as acquire expertise in applying the MPOP concept to any organization. Participants will receive course completion certificate.
We deliver MPOP Training in Los Angeles through classroom and live online classroom modes. Request this MPOP course as on-site group training to bring your enterprise teams up to speed in the world of MPOP. Enroll now for this MPOP in Los Angeles today.
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- Identifying metrics based on organizational strategy and process needs
- The strategic, operational, and individual views of process management
- Defining the detailed components which are related to each metric
- Assessing a set of metrics for gaps, conflict and alignment
- Defining optimum methods for displaying metrics
- Using metrics to define appropriate organizational actions
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There are no pre-requisite criteria for taking the MPOP training.
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This Measuring Process and Organizational Performance (MPOP) course is ideal for, but not limited to:
Candidates will learn about the processes defined, business process thinking, types of business processes, metrics definitions, process and metrics planning.
Candidates will learn about the metrics definitions, metrics categories and labels, types of metrics – leading vs. lagging, efficiency vs. effectiveness, etc.
Candidates will learn about the top-bottom; bottom-top alignment, what metrics should accomplish, strategy and metrics, gaps-alignment-conflict.
Candidates will learn about the identifying the details, setting baselines, benchmarks and targets, sourcing, collecting and frequency of collecting data, normalizing and formulizing data.
Candidates will learn about the ways to analyze data, graphical depictions of data, and dashboards and scorecards.
Candidates will learn about the issues and considerations, frequency of review, and deciding to change.
Candidates will learn about the good and bad news of metrics, determining poor vs. better metrics, political game-playing with metrics, and congruency.
Candidates will learn about the life cycle defined, factors affecting metrics relevancy and reviewing metrics adequacy.
The agenda of the 1-day MPOP training is detailed below:
As part of your MPOP training, you will receive:
At Invensis, we provide MPOP training in Los Angeles in different learning modes such as instructor-led classroom training, instructor-led online training, on-site group training, and focused 1 to 1 training.
No, there is no examination for this course. This course provides only a basic understanding of MPOP concepts and techniques. If you are looking at certification courses in quality management, then we offer Six Sigma Yellow belt, Green belt and Black belt trainings in Los Angeles.
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