Many organisations get stuck with old habits. Habits that include manual, tedious, dependent processes. Activities that do not add value and only increases staff despair. Processes which require executives, managers and individuals to be involved in endless and repetitive planning activities. Some organisations even feel that performance information is not affecting the decision making process […]
Today have another guest blog post from Gary Cokins. You can read more about Gary in his bio at the end of this article. Metaphorically, belief and disbelief in business analytics as a competitive edge, and not just a passing fad, meet at a door. On one side is passion, and on the other is […]
My writings often express frustration and discouragement with the slow adoption rate by organizations to apply enterprise and corporate performance management (EPM/CPM) methods and analytics.
As companies face a thinning margin for decision error, the ability to use business analytics effectively—everything from correlation, segmentation, clustering, regression analysis, as well as forecasting and predicting outcomes—is becoming mission-critical.
Many organizations overrate the quality of their enterprise and corporate performance management (EPM/CPM) methods and supporting software systems as well as exaggerate how comprehensive and integrated they are.