Driving Mining Efficiency With Key Productivity Indices: Life Cycle Performance Matrix

Driving Mining Efficiency With Key Productivity Indices: Life Cycle Performance Matrix
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Oct 17, 2012 09:05 AM to
Oct 18, 2012 09:05 AM



Key Productivity Indices (KPIs) constitute the heart of companies. KPIs also constitute the life blood and structures of strong and thriving companies in competitive business environments. Managers of successful companies know their KPIs, how they impact company bottomline and how to measure, control and manage these KPIs to maximize efficiency, value and returns on shareholders investments

Corporate executives, mine managers, project managers and frontline supervisors must understand the Key Productivity Indices (KPIs) that drive a company’s performance, value and shareholders’ investments in competitive business environments. In order to achieve these goals, these individuals must know how to identify measure, control and manage the KPIs to maximize the market value of existing and/or new projects. This course will provide practical and pragmatic tools to company leaders to be able to identify, measure, control and manage project KPIs.


Who Should Attend
• Corporate Executives
• Senior and Middle Level Management Personnel
• Production Engineers and Frontline Supervisors


Key Takeaways
• Company Life Cycle Performance
• Identifying and Owning Company KPIs
• Implementation and Managing Company KPIs
• Measuring and Constraining KPI Variability
• Examples of Company KPIs

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Venues and dates Jakarta, Indonesia 2012 10 - 11 October Johannesburg, South Africa
+65 6884 6233
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