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Why do we organize this seminar ?
Originally published in 1992, Robert S. Kaplan and David P. Norton introduced the Balanced Scorecard as a way to measure how companies are meeting their objectives and implementing their strategy. Both the Balanced Scorecard methodology and how companies nowadays start to define, implement and automate so called KPIs (Key Performance Indicators), scorecards and dashboards, have changed a lot over time.
This seminar focuses on explaining the concepts of Scorecards & Dashboards, their complementarities and differences, the use of metrics & KPIs, how to automate Scorecard & Dashboards, the importance of linking this to existing business intelligence & data warehousing architecture and the vendors offering solutions in this area. This seminar explains in-depth what the Balanced Scorecard is all about and how it has evolved over time.
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Who should attend this seminar ?
This seminar is part of a 2-day series by Stijn Vermeulen but can be followed
Corporate Performance Management seminar, December 10th, will give you
an overview of BI and CPM first.
You can register for both workshops with a discount.
This seminar targets anyone who wants to better understand or prepares to implement KPIs, (balanced) scorecards or dashboards. It also is an ideal program for Business Intelligence / Data Warehousing Project managers who work on their longer term BI roadmaps, in which Scorecarding & Dashboarding increasingly will need to finds its place. It helps Business Intelligence professionals to avoid that scorecard & dashboard initiatives are started without integrating them in the BI & DW Architecture: