about Business management
No matter whether you’re the CEO of a small business with ambitions of selling to the local community or a large enterprise dreaming of taking over the world (mwuahahahaha), the position is always difficult.
Most individuals who take the reins of a company are pretty intelligent – you have to be. A study, which ran from 1996 to 2014, confirms this idea: roughly 40% of Fortune 500 CEOs were in the top 1% of cognitive ability of the population
We’ve all heard of them, most of us use them, but are we getting as much value out of our business dashboards as we should be? Most are created on the fly because there’s a bit of white space that isn’t being used and end up being a sea of meaningless, cluttered data. When this happens, your dashboard is rendered useless.
So what can you do? How can you ensure that your business dashboards are meaningful and, more importantly, productive? In this article I share with you 5 golden rules for building your perfect dashboard
I’d waited for four years for the World’s greatest tournament to be held in the land of sun, samba and sexy football. I never thought England would win it. I didn’t think we’d even get to the semi-finals, but I did think we’d at least play well and not finish bottom of the group. Oh well. At least there’s a slight silver lining: we can all learn some key lessons from the failings of Roy’s boys in Brazil