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Stacey Barr

Performance Measure Specialist Queensland

Samford, QLD | www.staceybarr.com

Stacey Barr shows business owners how to move their business performance from where it is, to where they want it to be, using powerful, transformational measures.

Measurement is not sexy. But that doesn't make it any less effective: if you want to change the performance of your business, measuring will make it happen faster and easier. That's what Stacey is passionate about - making it fun, easy and faster for people to measure what matters in their business, and take control of its destiny.

Having been a soloist since 1999 - and of course closely measuring the performance of her own business - she truly understands how measuring can leverage your efforts to: find more clients; firmly focus on priorities; get more value for your time, and unlock your business potential.

Stacey Barr

People are always blaming their circumstances for what they are. I don't believe in circumstances. The people who get on in this world are the people who get up and look for the circumstances they want, and if they can't find them, make them - George Bern

Articles by Stacey

Biz performance: Statistical Thinking Concepts

23 Aug 14 | Stacey Barr

Statistical thinking is about understanding concepts that have a huge bearing on how quickly you reach your business goals. Here are four of those concepts. Read more

Your business dashboard checklist

14 Feb 10 | Stacey Barr

If you're serious about taking your business destiny into your own hands, then you've got to measure what matters. And you can start with just one measure. Read more

The one-page strategic plan

11 Jan 10 | Stacey Barr

Does your strategic plan sit on a shelf gathering dust? If it’s full of abstract goals, vague strategies and useless key performance indicators (KPIs), then I bet it does! Here's how you can create a one page strategic plan. Read more

How a customer engagement survey boosts profits

13 Dec 09 | Stacey Barr

Why waste time surveying your customers about how satisfied they are with your products and services, when research shows that customer engagement is a far more powerful profit driver than satisfaction? Read more

Business performance measurement

01 Nov 09 | Stacey Barr

Most solo entrepreneurs are "bright idea" junkies who see business performance measurement as tedious and non urgent. Yet wasted time, money and effort can be avoided by learning which bright ideas work and which don't. Read more

The benefits of split testing

20 Sep 09 | Stacey Barr

Measuring is about knowing how things really are, instead of guessing. But it's also, possibly even more beneficially, about finding out what really works, instead of guessing. Read on to find out more about the benefits of split testing. Read more

Five business processes that drive success

26 Jul 09 | Stacey Barr

Business processes are the flows of activities that get things done in your business. Once processes are identified and measured, you can automate, streamline and even redesign them in the best possible ways for your business. Read more

Better sales conversion through measuring

03 May 09 | Stacey Barr

For better sales conversion, you must eliminate waste. It’s easy to waste too much time and money trying to convert customers and waste revenue from failing to convert customers. To speed up the process, you must measure your Sales Conversion Rate. Read more

Finding time to measure your business results

01 Mar 09 | Stacey Barr

"I know it’s important, but I’m too busy to measure my business results." Sound familiar? Then it’s time to change! Read more

Five measures for micro business success

18 Jan 09 | Stacey Barr

If you could only measure five results in your micro business, to really ramp up its success, what do you think those five measures would be? Read more

Measuring performance: Are you just guessing?

13 Nov 08 | Stacey Barr

Maybe you’re familiar with the clichés that you get what you measure; you can't manage what you can't measure and what gets measured gets done. Read more

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