Seven Tips for business dashboard design

August 31, 2016 at 6:34 am

1. Involve stakeholders and business people in dashboard design and get feedback 2. Continuous improvements based on feedback 3. Solve a problem – highest value 4. One dashboard will not rule them all – different dashboard and data relevant to the specific audience 5. Understand the role of dashboards and alerts. When to use dashboards

How monitoring and accountability affect your business performance?

August 31, 2016 at 6:32 am

The contemporary office space has revolutionised into a digital workspace where teams now comprise of individuals from all around the world. Establishing accountability on every level of a business hierarchy could largely create positive results. What is accountability? When a task is assigned, you are holding someone responsible for its accomplishment. Accountability isn’t just something

WATCH YOUR BUSINESS GROW

August 31, 2016 at 6:22 am

The ever changing demographics of business environment and the added complexities are making it imperative for the business executives to consistently monitor their business operations. Additionally regular monitoring helps you understand how far the business has travelled towards its goals and objectives. Better monitoring also reduces the risk factors considerably. Business activity monitoring is very

Why companies should keep an eye on their risks.

August 31, 2016 at 6:21 am

Ability to identify, prioritize and properly manage risks is what differentiates companies that succeed and those that don’t. How a company approaches risk evaluation and management is very important. Different managers tackle it differently depending on the existing circumstances which vary amongst companies. There exists no business that is immune to risks regardless of its