• Key Performance Indicator(s) (KPI)

    • IN BUSINESS

      Key performance indicators (KPI) are a set of quantifiable measures that a company uses to gauge its performance over time. These metrics are used to determine a company’s progress in achieving its strategic and operational goals, and also to compare a company’s finances and performance against other businesses within its industry.

    Practice & Source: (1) Business/CSR: Investopedia
    Commentary

    The term “KPIs” has been expanded to cover measures of the performance of any type of project, organization or intervention.