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Visually presenting management data

Our library collects performance data on a range of activities. We store this in Excel, and share these Excel files on SharePoint, analyzing specific aspects of the data as the need arises. 132 more words

The importance of measuring culture—and eight key principles for promoting it

Posted by Keith Darcy, Independent Senior Advisor to Deloitte & Touche LLP, and Dave Wilson, Independent Senior Advisor to Deloitte & Touche LLP, on May 17, 2016… 792 more words

Deloitte Center For Regulatory Strategies

Management Information Systems

A management information system (MIS) is the structured approach taken by the organisation to study activities within the business.  For example, a supermarket will use MIS to identify which products sell best, at what time, and accompanied by what other products e.g. 106 more words

Business Information

by Jotham


All organizations positioned for global business in the 21st century must understand the environment is dynamic, complex, and multicultural thus need for a rapid response to changes in order to survive. 319 more words

Spreadsheet creep - a health hazard to your business

Excel is a great tool, it really is.  As someone who spends half their life staring at spreadsheets, I wouldn’t be without it.

BUT, and there is a ‘but’, I believe that spreadsheets need to come with a business health warning that says: … 210 more words

Financial Strategy

Data: Moving from Ordinary to Visionary

Management information reporting is pretty standard now in all companies – after all, if the management team don’t know their key financial data points then there are probably more important concerns to focus on than how to integrate data analysis into other parts of the business. 777 more words

Big Data

Data Warehouse Date Dimensions

Often when we as Data Warehouse Architects consider conventional dimensions for a project (and by this I mean simple dimensions such as Sex, Date or Marital Status), we fall back or tried and trusted designs and implimentations that we’ve used in the past. 269 more words