CEOs and Executive Directors set the stage for what gets managed in the certification businesses they lead. One way to identify where the organization can improve is measuring various elements of the business. The data will help identify potential business problems, issues, and opportunities.
Good business planning and strategy comes from data, the metrics. Measurement is essential to determine if improvement initiatives added to the organization's action plan actually make a difference. Metrics extend to all aspects of the business. This on-demand webinar will discuss sales, certificant growth, financial condition and trends, examination and item performance, customer satisfaction, employee performance, competition, and other areas.
Audience: Executive-level professionals, and those focused on strategy and vision
Format: On-demand Webinar (c) 2015
Duration: Approximately 1 hour, including Q&A
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Non-member price: $30
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Dr. Brauer has 30 years of experience in the certification business. As a volunteer, he served on and held offices on boards of directors. He served as a public director for a certification board. He was also employed in certification as an examination director and executive director. In the latter role, he served two boards for 15 years. He is currently retired.
Dr. Brauer has other volunteer and employment experience. He has served as a Vice President for a national professional society and assisted NOCA and ICE. Most work experience was in product development in aerospace and private industry and in research for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. He taught in the College of Engineering at the University of Illinois for 20 years as an adjunct professor.
He has authored eight books and contributed to several others. Of note is his book, Exceptional Certification. He has received numerous awards and holds two patents.