Analytics blogger – Journalist or personal diary?

There are several bloggers like me who write about the topics of analytics and enterprise risk and performance management (ERM / EPM). What are our writing styles? Some do a deep dive into the details of equations and algorithms of analytics or of the various methodologies like strategic balanced scorecards […]

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Kaplan and Norton’s future vision of the Balanced Scorecard

I define Enterprise Performance Management (EPM) much broader than its narrowly perceived view as a CFO initiative with a bunch of dashboards. Under EPM’s broad umbrella are these component methodologies: (1) profitability analysis; (2) forecasting, planning, and budgeting; (3) customer intelligence; (4) process improvement; and (5) strategy execution. The last […]

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Wedding Bells: Risk Management and Performance Management

Inevitably all managerial methodologies, like customer relationship management and profit management and strategy management, will all be integrated. It may not happen for a few years, but software will make it inevitable. The most recent marriage of two of them, enterprise risk management and performance management, is another indication of […]

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How to Turn the Economic Downturn from a Negative to a Positive

It is not that often that I totally agree with the views about Performance Management written by an IT analyst or consultant. I do mainly agree with the position of Markus Sprenger, a consultant with Avanade, in his article "Surviving Economic Downturns with Performance Management and Business Intelligence Solutions." Markus […]

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