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Final Outcomes - Qualitative KPI Measures
from deck Sales Business Case Study Template (PowerPoint graphics)

Final Outcomes - Qualitative KPI Measures

Slide Content

The slide titled "Final Outcomes - Qualitative KPI Measures" hints at a summary of intangible key performance indicators (KPIs). It lists outcomes such as "Better communication and awareness," suggesting improvements in organizational information flow and stakeholder understanding; "More clear organizational structure," which implies an optimized alignment of business units and clearer reporting lines; "A better understanding of core values," indicating deeper internalization of the company's guiding principles; and "Improved product support," reflecting enhancements in customer service and product maintenance.

Graphical Look

  • The slide has a professional and sleek design with a dark grey and light blue color scheme.
  • On the right side, there is an image of a laptop with various charts and data on its screen, signifying the analysis of KPIs.
  • Four circular icons are aligned vertically on the left, each with a different symbol inside: a lightbulb, columns resembling a bank or institution, a diamond shape, and an open box.
  • Next to each icon, there is a highlighted ellipse serving as a background for text, with each ellipse accompanied by a short phrase suggesting a qualitative outcome.
  • The largest ellipse, with the checkmark icon, is highlighted with a green accent, indicating a significant or achieved outcome.

The overall look is clean and modern, with a balance between textual information and graphical elements to illustrate and emphasize the key points.

Use Cases

  • In a business strategy review meeting to present achieved KPIs and discuss organizational improvements.
  • During a project closure report to stakeholders to highlight project outcomes beyond quantitative measures.
  • For internal team presentations where progress on qualitative goals needs to be demonstrated.
  • In a management training session to explain the importance of qualitative results in performance evaluations.

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