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Eighteen elementary examples of target setting pitfalls

Target setting should not be treated lightly!

Eighteen elementary examples of target setting pitfalls

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.

Why the future of the NHS assurance needs to be integrated.

Our definitive list of reasons why integrated NHS assurance is a the way forward

Why the future of the NHS assurance needs to be integrated.

Assurance is a vital aspect of governance within an NHS Organisation. Boards need to ensure that their organisations can deliver the financial sustainability and quality care that they declare within their annual governance statement.

It is well known that it is vital to have effective assurance systems in place to ensure that reality is not distorted from ward to board. However with increasing pressures on the NHS, regular and continued organisational change and the need for constant innovation what does an effective assurance system look like in 2018?

Why do we need dashboards?

From origins and evolution to the current business context of dashboards.

Why do we need 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.

Google's OKR approach to setting goals

A great Bernard Marr article: "How Google Sets Goals: The OKR Approach"

Google's OKR approach to setting goals

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:

What is outcome based budgeting and how it can radically change the way your organisation saves it's cash

We all need to save cash, let's do it based on positive outcomes!

What is outcome based budgeting and how it can radically change the way your organisation saves it's cash

Austerity is an issue all the whole of the public sector are facing, and financial resources can be scarce for everyone. Organisations can utilise outcomes based budgeting (OBB) practices to better allocate and prioritise their resources. Here we will take you through what Outcome Based Budgeting is all about, it's advantages and how you can implement it.

How to support new ways of agile working

Quickly respond to challenges in short timeframes using industry leading software

How to support new ways of agile working

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.

Finally, the ability to integrate PMO with business management

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Finally, the ability to integrate PMO with business management

There is a shift we have seen by our customers to integrating the Project Office reporting and information into the overall enterprise performance management of the organisation.

The Project Office is often the real driving force for change and improvement in any organisation. From complete transformation with mergers, restructures, divestments, to major asset change, to process changes, to specific operational projects.

Migrating from Tableau to InPhase just got easier!

New InPhase v16 Halo now supports embedded Tableau data visualisations 9 Feb 2018

Migrating from Tableau to InPhase just got easier!

Businesses seeking to either co-exist Tableau and InPhase, or migrate fully from Tableau to InPhase now have a new option.

InPhase now supports embedding and integrating Tableau server visualisations.

The key to getting more engagement in your new software project

It's as simple as S.I.P

The key to getting more engagement in your new software project

After rolling out many systems and solution for many years, and watching many systems get implemented in my own business it can be an overwhelming process and a difficult one to get right first time.

For me and many other professionals in the field, the concept of meaningful implementation and engagement leading to sustainable improvement and measurable outcomes is second nature but too many it probably isn’t.

Tasty Data Visualisations. Literally.

Bernard Marr gives us a tasty data experience with Susanne Jaschko and Moritz Stefaner

Tasty Data Visualisations. Literally.

Have you ever thought... what does data taste like?

Well, data visualization experts Susanne Jaschko and Moritz Stefaner decided to try and answer that question in this great article from Bernard Marr.

The power of data insight – just what is self-service?

The process of finding a new car can be seriously daunting

The power of data insight – just what is self-service?

I recently needed to buy a car.

Mine was on it’s last legs.. well wheels anyway. I have to say, the process of finding a new one was seriously daunting. The nightmare of facing used car salesman, after used car salesman at a variety of local showrooms, dragging my kids trailing behind me, was about to become a reality for the next 2 – 3 weeks.

Or so I thought...

Can we fix the NHS? From the perspective of Performance Management and Business Intelligence

Too much demand, too many patients, not enough resources

Can we fix the NHS? From the perspective of Performance Management and Business Intelligence

The challenge that the NHS faces today is variously described as: too much demand, too many patients, not enough resources.

This blog examines these issues identified by the systems already in place in the NHS and suggests how we can act on the performance management and BI information as part of addressing this classic dilemma: demand is clearly greater than supply.

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