Posts Tagged 'Planning'

Scenario Planning 2/4 – Model Design for better decision-making.

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Scenario Planning 2/4 – Model Design for better decision-making.

In this series of blogs we will be looking at how scenario planning can help organisations produce better and more agile plans and forecasts. In the last blog we looked at the differences between planning and forecasting. In this blog we look at how models are built.

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Scenario Planning: Dealing with uncertainty

Scenario Planning is a planning method that makes an assumption that the future cannot be predicted with any degree of ...

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Workflow the Next ‘Big Thing’ in Analytics – part 2

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Workflow the Next ‘Big Thing’ in Analytics – part 2

This is the second of our series of blogs on analytics and workflow. In our last blog we defined the role of workflow in an analytic solution and why it is essential. In this blog we’ll look at the difference between true workflow and what is typically delivered with analytic solutions.

Workflow vs. menus

Most analytic systems today provide control through the use of scripts and menus, and by supporting an approval process. This is fine when the workflow is straightforward and ...

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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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