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The ability to extract and present information meaningfully is vital for business management. Indeed, business intelligence tools enable companies to make

organizational chart  understand or change your organizational and reporting structures. A powerful auto-build function constructs Reporting Trees in seconds directly from your chart of accounts. Easy drag-and-drop functionality enables you to create alternative structures and multiple rollups of various accounts without having to make modifications to your general ledger or chart of accounts. And by using effective dating, you can apply several different Reporting Trees for different periods of time all within a single Read More...
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A business practice that assists organizations to align their portfolio of projects with their business strategy. Professional services automation (PSA) refers to a system designed to streamline an...
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Thinking Radically: Interview with Gary Cokins
One of the things I love about my job is the opportunity I have to speak with great people. In this installment of Thinking Radically, I speak with Gary Cokins,

organizational chart  is the key to organizational improvement. Studies have shown that the two major barriers to effective strategy execution are: (1) not distributing decision rights downward into the layers of the organization chart; and (2) poor cross-functional information flows. Contrary to common belief, removing these two barriers trumps reshaping the boxes and lines in the organization chart and incentive systems. There is an iron law of economics that the better the decisions, then the better the results—and hence Read More...
Talent Management: The New Business Imperative
Studies and statistics suggest that, because of demographic trends, companies will soon face a shortage of talent. In response, many companies have begun

organizational chart  only fair to poor organizational align- ment of the workforce to business goals (see chart 5, Modest Integration and Alignment, next page). Some analysts argue that for many companies it will make sense to adopt the tools offered by their ERP vendor for recruitment and other talent management disciplines. The benefits of integration from going with the ERP vendors' tools can outweigh any feature advantage some of the third-party developers might have. Spirgi defines talent management as the process of Read More...
Workday Becoming a Global Financial Management Software Provider
In a slew of announcements at the recently held Workday Rising 2012 user conference, one major theme has been that Workday, the cloud software company that

organizational chart  to changing regulatory and organizational requirements. Flexible business process framework and an always-on audit trail allow for the creation of workflows and controls relevant and necessary to the business. There is also a better ability to accommodate new business requirements and processes, including mergers and acquisitions (M&A) activity and re-organizations, without relying on information technology (IT) support and investment due to Workday's business-driven configurability. Built-in and Read More...
4 Steps to Successful Succession Development Planning
So you’ve determined that you need to develop a succession planning strategy in anticipation of the retirement of key personnel. Now what? How do you identify

organizational chart  in succession planning, an organizational chart (org chart) can be a very useful tool for highlighting and selecting suitable successors for upper management positions. An org chart can include relevant skills, anticipated retirement dates, and other pertinent information useful for the succession planning process. Software solutions are available to automate the succession planning process (see listing of vendors and solutions at the end of this article). Here are four steps your company can take to Read More...
Data Management and Business Performance: Part 1-Data
Research for one of my projects led me to ask both software vendors and customers about the factors most important to software users in the selection of a

organizational chart  Management and Business Performance: Part 1-Data Research for one of my projects led me to ask both software vendors and customers about the factors most important to software users in the selection of a business intelligence (BI) solution. Two topics resounded: the use of BI tools to improve data management and business performance management. Consumers are continuously looking for innovative ways to move, store, and improve the quality of their data as well as to ways to capture the most valuable Read More...
Pervasive BI: the Next Step to Superior Decision-Making
Find out in improving organizational decision-making through pervasive business intelligence.

organizational chart  performance management and greater organizational competitiveness . That is why so many companies are turning to a solution that extends BI functionality to a wider range of internal and external stakeholders: pervasive BI. But since pervasive BI is more than simply distributing tools and reports to more decision makers, what exactly defines it? And how can you make it work for your organization? Find out in Improving Organizational Decision-making Through Pervasive Business Intelligence . You'll learn Read More...
Phone System Comparison Chart
This Phone System Comparison Chart compares over 74 phone systems by 34 brands for small to big businesses. This chart also compares private branch exchange

organizational chart  System Comparison Chart This Phone System Comparison Chart compares over 74 phone systems by 34 brands for small to big businesses. This chart also compares private branch exchange (PBX) and business voice over Internet protocol (VoIP) systems to help you make an educated comparison of your options. This analysis is presented in an Excel spreadsheet so you can add information to suit your analysis and presentation needs. Read More...
Performance-Driven Learning: Putting the Horse Before the Cart to Lead Organizational Growth
In successful organizations today, putting the “horse before the cart” means performance must drive development goals and learning priorities—not the other way

organizational chart  the Cart to Lead Organizational Growth In successful organizations today, putting the “horse before the cart” means performance must drive development goals and learning priorities—not the other way around or one without the other. Learning management should be less about coordinating resources and serving up just-in-time courses, and more about how worker development is intrinsically a part of a larger organizational development process to impact the bottom-line. Read More...
10 Things HR Can Do to Help Align an Organization’s Goals
In this white paper, you’ll learn the ten most important things to consider before you embark on organizational alignment project, how to position HR in the

organizational chart  before you embark on organizational alignment project, how to position HR in the process and what role HR professionals should play and best practices for avoiding common pitfalls, such as planning a multi-tiered rollout to help goals work their way down an organization. Read More...
Chemical Industry ERP Showdown: Infor vs. JD Edwards vs. Lawson vs. SAP vs. SSI
Today’s Showdown is based on an industry-specific case study. Five enterprise resource planning vendors were selected for the evaluation. All the results were

organizational chart  Industry ERP Showdown: Infor vs. JD Edwards vs. Lawson vs. SAP vs. SSI Chemical Industry ERP Showdown: Infor vs. JD Edwards vs. Lawson vs. SAP vs. SSI Hi. I'm Larry Blitz, editor of Technology Evaluation Centers' (TEC) Vendor Showdown series. Today's Showdown is a little different from those we've run in the past. It is based on an industry-specific case study, and involves five enterprise resource planning (ERP) vendors competing for the business. We hope you find this Vendor Showdown helpful and Read More...
Welcome to ERP Showdown: Infor ERP LN 6.1 vs. Epicor Vantage vs. Lawson M3 Discrete Manufacturing Solutions
I'm Larry Blitz, editor of TEC’s Vendor Showdown series. With enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems being the information backbone of the organization, we

organizational chart  to ERP Showdown: Infor ERP LN 6.1 vs. Epicor Vantage vs. Lawson M3 Discrete Manufacturing Solutions ERP Showdown: Infor ERP LN 6.1 vs. Epicor Vantage vs. Lawson M3 Discrete Manufacturing Solutions I'm Larry Blitz, editor of TEC's Vendor Showdown series. Today's Showdown features Infor ERP LN 6.1 vs. Epicor Vantage vs. Lawson M3 Discrete Manufacturing Solutions in a head-to-head comparison across the full range of discrete ERP functionality. I hope you find this Showdown helpful and informative, and Read More...
CRM: Creating a Credible Business Case and Positioning It with the CEO Part Two: Linking CRM with Organizational Direction
An effective business case must link CRM with achieving organizational objectives; but this step is just the beginning. Credibility implies that the document

organizational chart  Two: Linking CRM with Organizational Direction Linking CRM with Organizational Direction Research that has linked the statistical relationships between organizational behavior and CRM success has identified the importance of senior management leadership and direction prior to the deployment of CRM applications. In other words, it is important that an organization pursues a strategy that is complementary to CRM before the technologies are actually introduced. Therefore, introducing CRM into an Read More...
Should E-Business Be Inside or Outside of IT?
All the recent management trends from Continuous Improvement to Business Process Re-engineering have had the same issue we see with E-Business. They have

organizational chart  companies separated their early organizational effort in e-business from the traditional IT function.Often, a company's Web presence was developed and managed by its marketing department. The IT function was viewed as too slow and too busy to be involved. Companies turned to outside resources in the early planning and development of the company's Web sales brochure and the ensuing enhanced Web sites. During the dot-com frenzy, some companies created new organizational structures to manage e-business. Read More...
And the Real ERP Is…
On October 9, I ran a contest asking readers to define ERP in their own words. Why? Because there are so many different definitions floating around on the Web

organizational chart  does not address your organizational change management needs as well. Carlos Lian: ERP is the integrated software application(s) a business needs to support mainly its core business processes from end to end. ERP is the opportunity for an organization to improve its reliability in its operation and the decision making process. ERP is the means to change culture in an organization. My thoughts: Excellent. ERP will undoubtedly change an organization's culture, but how it changes is an open question: an un Read More...

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