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Analytical and decision-making models in detail – Part 4

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Analytical and decision-making models in detail – Part 4

This is the fourth in our series of blogs on analytics and how to use it to manage corporate performance.

In our last blog we looked at the components of an analytic system. In this blog, we will look in a bit more detail at analytical and decision-making models described in part 3.

Analytical Models

From the summary provided in part 3, the following models are used to collect and analyse performance.

Operational Activity Model (OAM):

The Operational Activity Model (OAM) looks at the organisation’s ...

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Components of an analytical solution – Part 3

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Components of an analytical solution – Part 3

This is the third in our series of blogs on analytics and how to use it to manage corporate performance. In our last blog we looked at what should an organisation analyse and how. In this blog we will look at the components of an analytic system.

Components of an analytical solution

The volume and time critical nature of data available today require some form of technology solution to analyse and present findings. Loading data into a calculation engine is just ...

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The role of business analytics in performance management – Part 2

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The role of business analytics in performance management – Part 2

This is the second of our series of blogs on analytics and how to use it to manage corporate performance. In our last blog we defined business analytics and why it is such a hot topic. In this blog we’ll look at what should you analyse and how.

What do you analyse?

Given the volume and breadth of data that organisations have available to them, it’s not possible to analyse it all without wasting considerable time and effort. But where do you ...

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