Tag: Data Management

How technology can ACTUALLY help us

So far, I’ve focused on problems. This is about solutions. I have tried to ensure that the solutions I recommend are conceptually and scientifically robust, but also practical and easy to apply. Modern performance analysis must be:

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Variances are not ALL bad – just mostly

My criticisms of variance analysis are directed at its use to analyse performance. This shouldn’t be taken to mean that I believe all forms of comparison are invalid. Quite the contrary. A number in isolation signifies nothing. It has to be compared to something else to mean something – the issue is what should it be compared to and what conclusions can be drawn from this? 

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#BQs – Why do we need to focus on data quality? An E-invoicing example

The bloodstream of all organisation is its sales and purchase transactions and it is undoubtedly one of your most critical data sources.  To be successful with your digital transformation – data is key.

Here is an expanded example of where the transformative journey should begin.

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