Politics is politics. But data is data. Seriously.
If you’ve just unveiled your new incentive plan, you have one more thing you have to do: work out what bad behaviors could result and put in place analytics designed to alert your managers whenever that bad behavior is detected.
Performance metrics are a powerful tool of organizational change, but the wrong metrics can have unintended consequences. How should you choose KPIs and implement dashboards? TDWI explains.
BI Brief: A single KPI isn’t good enough to measure company success. Should we be using profits to measure corporate success?
SAP’s Sustainability Report provides a great example of how business intelligence can help with sustainability reporting and analysis. Here are some of the Xcelsius dashboards that are provided as part of the report.
KPIs are everywhere! Here’s a quick selection of some articles from the last couple of weeks about performance management around the world.
An example of the problem of aligning incentives and objectives — paying doctors to ignore patients