Showcase of this years winners of our InPhase Customer awards
I am really proud to announce the winners from this years annual user group! This was the first year we ran an awards ceremony and following the successful feedback I had from other customers, next year, we will be adding more categories so please watch out for nominations later in the year.
So without further ado, let's introduce the winners!
Target setting should not be treated lightly!
A key element of managing performance is to set challenging but achievable targets against meaningful performance indicators.
The achievement of these targets is a key element in an organisations duty to continually improve their services and to deliver their aims, objectives and priorities.
Target setting can come with its own problems, but listed below are 18 things to consider, which will help you avoid many of these.
From origins and evolution to the current business context of dashboards.
In a modern working environment, we often hear or talk about dashboards, an information hub that brings relevant information to our fingertips or more accurately our eyes. Before we dig into why we need a dashboard it helps to understand the origins of this term.
Councils and housing trusts all over the north joined us for a morning of performance, see how it went!
Excited delegates from Councils and Housing Trusts across the UK gathered in the cafe of Chesterfield Library sharing stories, guzzling coffee, snacking on breakfast treats and eagerly awaiting the start of what was to be a fantastic morning of insightful and engaging demonstrations at the InPhase Local Authority Performance Conference with Derbyshire County Council.
So, how did it go? … See for yourself, watch the video below!
Quickly respond to challenges in short timeframes using industry leading software
Agile working involves responding in short time-frames to changes. Those changes may be fresh knowledge that comes from new data insights, or internal re-organisations, priority changes, unplanned resource availability changes, or a host of external factors.
We all need to save money, but basing your savings on positive outcomes makes more sense.
Austerity affects the entire public sector and finances can be scarce for everyone, but savvy organisations are using outcome-based budgeting (OBB) practices to better allocate and prioritise those precious resources. Discover what OBB is all about, how it works and how you can harness it to deliver serious advantages.
A great Bernard Marr article: "How Google Sets Goals: The OKR Approach"
We've seen a great article from Bernard Marr and how google adopted the OKR (Objectives and Key Results) approach as a start up.
We love OKRs at InPhase which is why we've automated the whole OKR process to help you define, cascade and manage business plans, collaborative goals, projects, risks, and key results from the strategic to the transaction level, from the CEO to the individual member of staff.
See the Bernard Marr article below:
Use the great project management features inside InPhase to help roll the system out to the rest of your organisation
When embarking upon your first implementation project with Inphase, it’s a good idea to decide what you would like to build first, i.e. Phase I of your Inphase project. This may already be defined in your PID, or other project documentation.