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Bernard Marr

Bernard Marr

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United Kingdom | Education

3 Ways ‘Big Data Analytics’ Will Change Enterprise Performance Management

Posted about 8 years ago, 0 comments
Success of companies – big or small – will increasingly depend on their ability to capture, analyse and gain insights from data. While Enterprise Performance Management (EPM) has always been about collecting, analysing and reporting of data to support management decision making, the emergence ‘Big Data Analytics’ is going to change EPM as we know it. ‘Big Data Analytics’ is one of the biggest business buzz words of 2012, so let me outline some of my thoughts on how this will change EPM in most companies.
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How Key Performance Indicators drive business success…and make you slim, fit and have shiny teeth

Posted over 8 years ago, 2 comments
People often asked me: Bernard, does measuring performance really help us improve? Can KPIs and metrics make a tangible difference in our businesses? And my answer is always a big and resounding YES!
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The Top 3 Enterprise Performance Concerns of Executives

Posted almost 9 years ago, 2 comments
The one challenge that stood out was getting the data for the things that actually matter the most. Many executives felt that while they had tonnes of data they were still ‘flying blind’.
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Emergency targets ditched in favour of performance measures

Posted almost 9 years ago, 0 comments
I can’t tell you what music it is to my ears that finally some of the most stupid performance targets are being scrapped in the UK Natinal Health Service. I have advised the government on this for such a long time and written about it in my book ‘Managing and Delivering Performance – How government, public sector and not-for-profit organizations can measure and manage what really matters’ and I had already given up hope that it would ever happen.
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Five Top Tips for Corporate Performance Management (CPM)

Posted almost 9 years ago, 0 comments
CPM is about managing and improving business performance, which, of course, is at the top of the agenda of senior executives across the globe. While businesses are pressing forward with CPM initiatives and shedding blood, sweat and tears to put balanced scorecards, KPI dashboards and business intelligence applications in place, there is mounting evidence that the execution of CPM is often too mechanistic, too number-focused and not integrated enough. As a consequence, many organizations are not seeing the performance improvements they desire.
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