That's only part of the story. We’re talking about history, the numbers are history, we're so much more interested in the future and where we're wanting those numbers to go and where we want the business to be.
So, history's really important to help understand the business, in terms of why it is like it is or if it is being run as well as it could be.
But the numbers allow decisions to be made and help us understand what the decision is all about. It’s all about - where next, what are we doing next?
Weekly cadence helps to run a business, it’s needed. So, let's have those regular check-ins to ensure that we're going in the right direction, we're setting out what that route needs to be and we are talking about what it is within the business that we can do or need to do to make that happen.
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What does Humanise the numbers mean to you?
Balancing people and numbers
Maintaining morale in a volatile environment
The weekly rhythm
Recognising the value in each individual's contribution
Acting on survey results
Challenges in knowledge transfer
Making your business come alive
Assess your own business
The keys to camaraderie
EXTRA: Managing my confidence
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