Transforming Performance (Part 2)
In recent years, Cicero Group has helped improve performance within business, education, government, international development, and private foundations. We have harnessed these principles into our Cicero Performance Transformation Process (PTP), which repeatedly helps organizations improve real results: analyzing data, refining strategy, developing solutions, building capacity, monitoring performance, and refining their efforts over time.
In Part 1, we cover the first three principles of our Performance Transformation Process (PTP). Here in Part 2, we describe building capacity (which is the fourth principle). Then, we cover monitoring performance, improving over time, and managing change in Part 3 of the series
Daniel Groberg is an Associate with Cicero Group, and part of Cicero’s Social Impact Practice. He has led and contributed to projects across multiple industries, services, and sectors—in particular: technology, marketing, healthcare, nonprofit, and operations improvement. Prior to Cicero, Daniel served as controller for Premier Credit Consulting, a credit consulting and repair firm. In that capacity, Daniel led all company-wide financial strategies and initiatives. By streamlining collection, budget, and forecast processes, Daniel increased financial transparency and improved the rate of successful payment collection. Daniel graduated from Utah State University with a degree in accounting.