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Team chemistry

I was reminded this week of the importance of team chemistry. Even though I can document and decompose the functions that any team must perform and explicitly model the roles played by each member and the interactions among them (think … Continue reading

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Management by Decisions

Many of my posts focus on Decision Management, a first-order business/technical process that includes the following elements: Plan Decisions: Frame the problem to be solved as an explicit decision model. Make Decisions: Synthesize alternatives, evaluate alternatives, assess risks/opportunities, capture rationale, … Continue reading

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Turn your business dashboard into a cockpit

About 5 years ago I was first exposed to the buzz associated with performance management dashboards.  They seemed like a neat concept – a way to collect, summarize, display and manage by a highly-tuned set of business performance metrics across … Continue reading

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