CSI Performance Management Software Helps

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<p><strong>Alpharetta, Ga. &mdash; March 8</strong><br />Accountability, business metrics and company communications all can be managed by the Process Based Leadership ScoreCard, a Web-based, customized software program from CSI.<br /><br />PBL ScoreCard uses the non-negotiable processes of Process Based Leadership (PBL) and is significantly more than just scorecard software. </p><p>PBL ScoreCard integrates CSI&rsquo;s PBL model and not only drives business metrics and accountability at all levels, but it also provides a unique communication platform that tracks meetings, action registers, corrective actions and performance management.<br /><br />Easy-to-read, color-coded visual graphics enable managers to monitor performance across the organization by tracking key business focus areas &mdash; individual team SMART objectives &mdash; by highlighting areas of deficiency and accessing the required corrective action plans. </p><p>PBL ScoreCard also monitors team, business and cross-functional meetings, agendas, pass-up/pass-down and all associated actions.<br /><br />&quot;The advantage of CSI&rsquo;s software over Excel spreadsheets is that it not only tracks business metrics, but it&rsquo;s also a one-stop manager of meeting agendas, minutes and monitoring team action registers,&quot; said Sandy McIntosh, Kroger Co. director of training. &quot;The graphics are colorful, easy to follow and keep users focused on key business metrics. The Pass Up/Pass Down ensures communication is happening throughout the organization.&quot;</p>

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