"Measuring What Matters" webinars

Using sustainability indicators to track and drive better performance
August 21, 2006, 12:00-1:00pm Pacific / August 29, 2006, 10:00a-11:00am Pacific
For more information: http://www.natlogic.com/offerings/seminars.html#MWM

Everyone knows that “What gets measured gets done.” (Or, more accurately, “It’s hard to manage what you don’t measure.”) But how do you make sense of the growing mix of sustainability indicators, metrics, and KPIs that are such an essential part of sustainability reporting. How do you select the powerful measures — and compelling goals — that can help your organization track and drive better decisions and better performance? How do you put those measures to work for your organization, supporting strategy, implementation, reward systems — and results?

This intermediate-level workshop on “Tools for Assessing Progress towards Sustainability” is designed to answer those questions for people and organizations who have been working and grappling with sustainability indicator issues. There’s no “making the case” for why sustainability, or sustainability indicators, are important; we assume you know that. On the other hand, people and organizations who are early in their process will feel welcome and their time well spent.

This workshop is adapted from the “Measures that Matter” workshops we provide to companies and agencies, to help them select meaningful metrics and implement systems that help track and drive better environmental and economic performance.

Register on line for the webinar, call 1-877-628-5644 or 1-510-849-5467, or email measures at natlogic dot com

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