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How does software make KPIs easier to monitor?

Posted by Nicky Hawkins on Nov 15, 2019 12:15:26 PM

Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) can be tricky to understand, particularly if you're sifting through vast amounts of data. It can also be difficult to interpret what all of the different variables and outputs mean in context. Collecting the required data in the first place is also a challenge. If you're logging a lot of separate metrics, it can be difficult to present them in an informative way.

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Topics: Performance management

The building blocks, and the effects, of a high performance culture for your business

Posted by Nicky Hawkins on Nov 13, 2019 2:30:00 PM

Few other business terms are so often used, yet so poorly understood and applied, as 'culture'. Your company culture has a profound effect on the performance of your employees, the engagement with your customers, and, ultimately, on your bottom line.

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Topics: Performance management, People Management

Empowering employees to improve the quality of your data: dealing with disconnected systems

Posted by Nicky Hawkins on Aug 2, 2019 2:43:03 PM

Disconnected systems are an inevitable consequence of the way that IT and organisational processes evolve. IT solutions are generally introduced incrementally. This means many companies introduce software department-by-department, separating elements such as finance, customer management, and supply chain management. This leads to numerous accidental inefficiencies, such as overlaps, miscommunications, and data errors.

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Topics: Customer Engagement

Harness the power of the balanced scorecard and optimise your business performance

Posted by Nicky Hawkins on Jul 24, 2019 3:10:26 PM


Kaplan & Norton's Balanced Scorecard model was developed in the early 1990's at Harvard University as an attempt to help organsisations measure business performance using both financial and non-financial data. When used correctly and consistently, it offers invaluable assistance in identifying improvement potentials, setting concrete goals, and tracking your progress towards achieving and surpassing them. The balanced scorecard is, thus, a powerful tool for translating your overarching goals and mission into traceable actions.

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Topics: Performance management

The importance of automatically classifying your unstructured data

Posted by Nicky Hawkins on Jul 19, 2019 10:00:00 AM

We’re told that by 2025, 80% of all data will be ‘unstructured’. What does this mean, and why does it matter? Let’s take a look…

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Topics: Unstructured Data

How to create a watertight strategic plan using strategy & performance software

Posted by Nicky Hawkins on Jul 15, 2019 5:04:49 PM

How to create a watertight strategic plan using strategy & performance software

Literature abounds with romantic notions of setting off into the wilderness to see where the unknown path leads. Business strategy is the opposite of this. Strategic plans include all of the details required to ensure a clear, straightforward business journey. Crucially, strategic planning is data-driven, making it more practical and reliable than simple goal setting.

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Topics: Strategy performance software

How does software make KPIs easier to manage?

Posted by Nicky Hawkins on Jul 11, 2019 10:00:00 AM

With thousands of Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) to choose from, it can sometimes be difficult to keep track of everything. Gathering data, interpreting data, and turning the data into meaningful strategic advantages can be both time-consuming and risky. Thankfully, KPI management software has its own strategic advantages. Let’s take a look.

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Topics: Performance management

Why data monitoring is crucial for GDPR compliance

Posted by Nicky Hawkins on Jul 5, 2019 12:03:47 PM

The GDPR has moved data and its management up the to-do list of every organisation. It’s not just the threat of fines and the reputational impact of a data breach, but the realisation that good data governance and high-quality data is crucial to the success of many business transformation and change initiatives.

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Topics: GDPR/Data compliance

The 5 best resources to use for strategic planning

Posted by Nicky Hawkins on Jun 28, 2019 9:40:13 AM

Writing a good strategic plan can be challenging, but the results are evident in the form of goal-driven focus and direction. Fortunately there are plenty of good resources available to help the formulation process.

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Topics: Performance management

The importance of classifying unstructured data ahead of a migration to the cloud

Posted by Nicky Hawkins on Jun 18, 2019 10:00:00 AM

With a huge amount of data around in modern business and set to grow further according to IDC by a factor of 10 by 2025, cloud migration appears to be the logical solution for long-term storage and management.

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Topics: Migration to the cloud

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