How can your organization increase its agility, alignment, and accountability to improve performance? Developing performance management capabilities means changing the way people are empowered to make better decisions. It requires a transition from a restrictive, command-and-control approach to a management style that includes more participants in the performance management process. Drive Business Performance shows you how.
Drive Business Performance reveals how to effectively align performance with technology, creating a best-in-class information management system and amplifying individual employee impact.
This groundbreaking guide provides a deep understanding of how to achieve enterprise performance management objectives, backed up by firsthand accounts from Fortune 500 companies that are winning by building accountability, intelligence, and informed decision making into their organizational DNA. Drive Business Performance explains the competitive advantage experienced by organizations that create and manage a “Culture of Performance.”
Part of Wiley’s Microsoft Executive Leadership Series, Drive Business Performance fills a gap in the literature on managing performance. This innovative, jargon-free book demystifies performance management, with detailed guidance for organizations to replicate top performers’ results, including the recommended skills and assets needed to successfully compete in today’s business environment.
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About the Author
Bruno Aziza is Senior Product Manager for Microsoft Business Intelligence. He works on product marketing and positioning of Microsoft Business Intelligence and Performance Management. Throughout his career, Bruno has occupied various marketing, sales, and operational management positions. Starting in France working on SAP deployments, he then moved to the Silicon Valley where he worked at multiple technology start-ups, focusing on CRM, ERP and Business Intelligence. Prior to Microsoft, Bruno worked for Business Objects, the #1 Business Intelligence vendor.
Joey Fitts is Business Development Manager for the Office Business Applications group (OBA) at Microsoft, focused on worldwide partner strategy for Microsoft Business Intelligence. Prior to Microsoft, Joey amassed a 12 year career and earned a reputation as a thought leader in the area of partnerships and alliances. He has guest lectured for an Executive Education course at Harvard, delivered partnership skill development workshops to hundreds of alliance professionals, delivered seminars for th
Table of Contents
Chapter 1: The Six Stages of Performance Management.
Chapter 2: Managing Performance.
Chapter 3: Monitor.
Chapter 4: Analyze.
Chapter 5: Plan.
Chapter 6: Pull It All Together: What’s Your Organization’s Stage?