Take the time to prioritize what should be managed and measured. It would be prudent to start with financial, life safety, and mission-critical indicators.
It's one thing to be clear but an entirely other matter to be consistent. Being consistent engenders trust. Press into this.
It is common to develop tunnel vision with performance indicators. Look for the interdependencies for example, how reduced staffing levels are impacting employee sick time. Or measuring the performance of energy consumption as it relates to building occupancy levels.
As the results come in, take the time to recognize the achievements and at the same time, in the right way, correct any performance-related issues.
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