Published: April 2009
A comparative index across 8 geographies Measuring how well an organisation is performing is a basic need, requiring full visibility of various processes and workflows including the needs and inputs of partners and other stakeholders, as well as an effective means of monitoring and measuring how these variables work to produce an end result. The research behind this report shows that most organisations still have much to do, with disconnects between key steps and a lack of inclusion of essential stakeholders across processes.
Conclusions Enterprise performance management is still in its early days, with the majority of organisations having some non-integrated pieces of functionality in place. However, if organisations could pull together the various strands of the sub-processes together, an effective and flexible strategic platform could be built from which organisations would be well positioned for survival through the current market conditions and be well positioned for rapid growth when the conditions improve.
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