BSE-USA is a management consulting firm specializing in execution. BSE Insights was developed to help businesses see and respond to the blind spots within their company. Managers focus on the bottom line, which is good because, in the end, companies thrive on sales and revenue. Goals get established, and progress is measured, but that's just a tiny part of executing a plan. Measuring results that are historical in nature is a problem. Why? Because when you receive the results, they already happened. If managers focus their attention on results, doesn't it make sense to track the activities that create those results?