Why Are Performance Groups Better Than Peer Groups?
Performance groups were created with the intent to improve financial performance through accountability, sharing of best practices, and setting goals that are challenging. These groups are smaller than a typical peer group with only 4-6 dealers allowing for an extensive evaluation of financial performance, sharing of ideas on how to reach those goes, and an action plan to meet those goals. Using the Friend Management System that provides over 90+ industry benchmarks, the group is focused on how well they're tracking against the rest of the group and industry standards.
NAEDA Performance Groups
Inspiration for your organization can often come from others who are running into similar situations in other markets. We bring together groups of dealers to achieve excellence and to create a way to help one another through open communication, in a safe environment, with accountability so everyone can achieve improved profitability and work solutions.
John Deere Performance Groups
Through peer to peer learning, numerous industry-leading John Deere dealerships have developed their organizational vision, leadership teams, succession plans, and personal leadership skills with Friend Management Systems™. This system provides dealers with discipline and structure of achieving performance results through peer approval of annual objectives using the 180+ dealer Benchmarks.©