A successful and responsible restaurant manager uses Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) to find out if effort, time and money are being devoted correctly towards the restaurant’s goals.
With KPIs, you can quickly identify any problems in the way you’re running your restaurant and act accordingly, or spend time on nurturing the areas in which you’re doing well. The list of KPIs is long and not all of them will be relevant to you.
Focusing on finding the important and relevant KPIs will ensure that you keep leading your restaurant towards success, and to help you get started, we have listed a few that are always relevant to a restaurant manager. There is especially one KPI that many tend to overlook but can easily save you money if taken into consideration.