Monday, February 4, 2008

Link the organisation’s planning process to achieving the targets for each performance measure

A management-reporting framework beyond the balanced scorecard

Can management reporting be based on common information architecture? “Yes,” says Jeby Cherian, Head, Global Business Solution Centre, IBM India, Bangalore. The infrastructure modifications that most organisations have adopted in the last decade provide an opportunity to improve current management reporting, he explains.

With common information architecture, organisations will be able to “integrate the underlying transaction engine with a data warehouse and decision support engine that enable analytics, and deliver the information through a portal to specific roles.”

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