Tag: Planning

  • Baking and Computers, a Surprising History of Analytics Pioneers

    Perhaps surprisingly, baking companies and computers have a long history of working together. The very first business application ever was “bakery valuations” in 1951, and now pioneers like Turkish baker UNO are taking things to the next level with in-memory technology.

  • The Great Dysfunctional Corporate Budgeting Process

    The Great Dysfunctional Corporate Budgeting Process

    It’s that time of year again, and I just happened to stumble across this wonderful post by Dave Kellogg from a year ago, and it’s still the best post on corporate budgeting I’ve think I’ve read: The Great Dysfunctional Corporate Budgeting Process Here are some tools to help you do it better (but the problem […]

  • BI Implementations Must be Risk-Adjusted

    BI Implementations Must be Risk-Adjusted

    It makes absolutely no sense to try to optimize performance without taking into account risk. Technology vendors are helping by tightly integrating business intelligence and performance management with governance, risk and compliance.