Into the Breach – Audio Series – Chapter 8 (Measuring Success) – Security Catalyst

Into the Breach – Audio Series – Chapter 8 (Measuring Success)

Welcome to the continuation of the Into the Breach: Protect Your Business by Managing People, Information and Risk audio series. (Click this link) to learn more about this how this book solves today’s challenges and pick up a complete copy. This series, underwritten by Configuresoft, now part of EMC, is the full and unabridged audio version of Into the Breach, written by Michael Santarcangelo and read by the author. Join us for a new chapter released on the first Tuesday of each month (there are 13 chapters total).

What you’ll find in this episode (Chapter 8)

The strategy has been revealed. The fundamentals of what is now The Catalyst Method have been shared (note: if you want the update on The Catalyst Method, drop me an email). The key considerations for a pilot shared – and now it is time to measure success.

So how do you measure what matters so you can communicate what counts?

In this chapter, “Measuring Success,” Michael draws on his background of social science and economics to explain a powerful approach to measuring success. Learn how to use the right mix of qualitative and quantitative measurements to get the feedback necessary for success.

Learn how to measure what matters and communicate what counts.

Put the power of Into the Breach to work for you…

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  3. Check out Awareness that Works™ – Michael Santarcangelo’s program to guide smart investment in people, with guaranteed results (this program pays for itself).

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Michael Santarcangelo
 

The founder of Security Catalyst, Michael develops exceptional leaders and powerful communicators with the security mindset for success.