- Language: English
- 72 Pages
- Published: August 2011
- Region: United Kingdom
Strategic Performance Management: Using the SPM Maturity Model to Turn Vision into Business Value
- Published: August 2011
- Region: World
- 180 Pages
- Business Intelligence [part of Optima Media Group]
A new, refreshing approach to performance management
Five reasons why you need this report:
- Use the SPM Maturity Model – exclusively covered in this report - to revitalise your organisation’s performance management
- Achieve step-change improvements in your results
- Maximise the return from your business intelligence systems
- Master the five key enablers of improved performance
- Rapidly identify and overcome the most important barriers to improved performance
Strategic Performance Management shows you how to develop a performance management programme tailored specifically to your corporate needs. What’s more it is grounded in practical experience.
By sifting the lessons and experience of organisations at all levels, the Report describes how every company can apply performance information to improve performance. It recognises that this effort involves an integrated approach that engages leaders, the workforce, corporate culture and technology.
Exclusively, this report shows you how to form an assessment of your current position to develop a practical and deliverable plan for improving your results. Whatever the current state of performance management in your organisation, it shows you the way forward.
Based on an extensive programme of research, Strategic Performance Management provides you with a toolkit to revitalise your performance management capability. The SPM Maturity Model – described in detail exclusively in this report - is both a diagnostic and planning tool. It turns the research findings about companies’ widely different success rates into a set of actionable principles and guidelines that you can apply.
Strategic Performance Management reveals:
- Why performance management should be managed as an evolutionary process, building on the experience gained at each stage
- The specific leadership, operational, management and technology issues governing this evolutionary process
- The main external drivers of performance and how to reflect them in your performance management framework
- Information management and business intelligence practices that will add value to performance management
- How to set realistic targets for performance improvement
- Techniques for overcoming cultural and other barriers to improved performance management
- How to maximise the returns from business intelligence systems
- How to build on the experience at each stage of performance management evolution to reach the next level of achievement.
This is the only report that delivers:
- A detailed explanation of the SPM Maturity Model and the supporting research findings
- Benchmark criteria to enable you to position your organization on the Maturity curve
- Specific guidance on how to make the transition to the next level of performance and make better use of business intelligence systems
- Practical advice on how to move up the Maturity curve based on lessons from leading companies including: Computacenter, Guinness Trust Group,
Maplin Electronics, McDonald’s, Viking UK and Voca
- A structured approach to developing business intelligence systems and performance improvement projects.
PLUS many more practical insights in 200 fact-packed pages including action points, executive summaries, over 50 tables and other exhibits, seven in-depth case studies and many more illustrations from companies contributing to the research, findings from the survey of 259 organisations and an action plan for improving your performance management strategy.
Key Questions Answered:
Most importantly, Strategic Performance Management will help you answer these questions and then find the best solution to enhance your performance.
- Do you have the processes and skills to turn insights from your information systems into performance improving actions?
- Can you point to hard business benefits from your investment in Business Intelligence systems?
- Do you have a data strategy that assures the integrity of corporate information?
- Do end users have the skills to extract business value from your business intelligence and information systems?
- Are your business intelligence systems aligned with your strategic priorities?
- Do you know where to target investment in business intelligence systems to generate the greatest benefits for your business? SHOW LESS READ MORE >
Chapter 1 : The Case for Revitalizing Performance Management
Chapter 2 : Current Performance Management Practices and Use of Business Intelligence Systems
Chapter 3 : SPM Maturity Model
Chapter 4 : The Transition from Operator to Controller
Chapter 5 : The Transition from Controller to Integrator
Chapter 6 : The Transition from Integrator to Innovator
Chapter 7 : Revitalize Your Performance Management
Chapter 8 : Performance Management Case Studies
*To view the reports full table of contents, please see the sample provided.
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