Improving data accuracy doesn't mean your historic KPI values are useless. Just don't confound data integrity with performance improvement. (more…)
This interview with visual analysis and dashboard expert, Stephen Few, is about his newly released book, "Big Data, Big Dupe: A little book about a big bunch of nonsense". A very audacious title, with very controversial advice!
This is a case study about the Area Agency on Aging at the Denver Regional Council of Governments (DRCOG) use of XmR charts. It's by Kirsti Klaverkamp and Jerry Stigall, of Denver, Colorado. (more&h...
A perceived lack of data - or lack of data with reasonable quality - is a constraint that stops many people from even trying to develop meaningful performance measures. That sounds logical enough, but it assumes that value of measurement only comes at the end of the process. What if you measured without data?
It's not hard to spend millions on setting up new data management and business intelligence systems. And it can take years to implement, too. Plus there's the tricky piece of getting people to buy in to collection and capturing all that data. But we need to do it, before we can start measuring what matters... Or do we?
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