KPI or KFI?
The improvement of corporate efficiency is a bit similar to your diet - you set a goal, select the methods and keep checking to see if you're on the right track. When you're on a diet, is it good enough to step on the scale and check how much weight you're in, or should you be more concerned about how many calories you burned in the gym, how many you took in a week and when you got into bed? In this way, the answer seems simple, yet many companies are focusing on the control of financial indicators, which is a bit like stepping are on the scale every month. What your company focuses on, the performance or the financial indicators? How do you choose them? (KPI: Key Performance Indicator, KFI: Key Financial Indicator)