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Get a Better Return on Your Business Intelligence

Get a Better Return on Your Business Intelligence | CEOs characteristics and Corporate Governance | Scoop.it

planes are more than a degree off 95% of the time, yet most planes land where they are supposed to. In spite of all the storms, the changing wind conditions, turbulence, and all the volatility and uncertainty they encounter along the way, they manage to land at their intended destination. Similarly, we believe the primary purpose of an investment in business intelligence should be to help companies reach their intended destinations in spite of all the storms they are likely to encounter along the way. So by learning how pilots are successful, leaders can get a much better return on their business intelligence initiatives.

How is the pilot successful? By managing six critical variables effectively. These variables are the essential ingredients for business success:

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great analogy and story

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The Board’s Role in Managing Risk and Corporate Governance - Deloitte Risk & Compliance - WSJ

The Board’s Role in Managing Risk and Corporate Governance - Deloitte Risk & Compliance - WSJ | CEOs characteristics and Corporate Governance | Scoop.it
The Board’s Role in Managing Risk and Corporate Governance http://t.co/1QDq1otD5X #corpgov #ESG #CSR
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Corporate Ambassadors – A crucial part of the brand management ...

Corporate Ambassadors – A crucial part of the brand management ... | CEOs characteristics and Corporate Governance | Scoop.it
Building a global “we” brand starts from having a stable internal corporate culture and a set of clear values. With this asset CEOs can create better strategies for the organisation, knowing that they have support from their ...
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The impact of strong corporate culture on perfomance and brand image is crucial : examples could be Nike, Apple, Google....

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A Learning a Day: Repeatable processes

A Learning a Day: Repeatable processes | CEOs characteristics and Corporate Governance | Scoop.it
Repeatable processes. The worst way to do something is to do it in a way that cannot be repeated. This typically involves procrastination, anxiety and a mad dash to the finish line. The excel sheet is a mess.
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Information technology and corporate governance - Hindu Business Line

Information technology and corporate governance - Hindu Business Line | CEOs characteristics and Corporate Governance | Scoop.it
Hindu Business Line Information technology and corporate governance Hindu Business Line The Kumar Mangalam Birla Committee Report says the “fundamental objective of corporate governance is the “enhancement of shareholder value, keeping in view the...
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Sound processes result into good corporate governance, the abilities of the CEO impact  the development of those processes and their efficiency. 

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Corporate governance in Italy - The Economist

Corporate governance in Italy - The Economist | CEOs characteristics and Corporate Governance | Scoop.it
Corporate governance in Italy
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WHEN Mediobanca said in June that it planned to put most of its stakes in other companies up for sale and become a “normal” bank, critics of crony capitalism cheered.
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A sound case study 

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Silver’s Corporate Governance Daily

Silver’s Corporate Governance Daily | CEOs characteristics and Corporate Governance | Scoop.it
Silver’s Corporate Governance Daily, by Mark Silver: updated automatically with a curated selection of articles, blog posts, videos and photos. (RT @MarkSilver: Silver's Corporate Governance Daily is out!
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Happy New Year? Here's What 33 CEO's are Worrying About in 2014

Happy New Year? Here's What 33 CEO's are Worrying About in 2014 | CEOs characteristics and Corporate Governance | Scoop.it

Worried about 2014? We asked the Wall Street Journal’s CEO Council, a group of chief executives who meet annually, to tell us what development outside their control might significantly affect their businesses in 2014. Here’s what they said:


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Optimism : a central quality for CEOs

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How to Control Your Board Discussion and Avoid Chaos

How to Control Your Board Discussion and Avoid Chaos | CEOs characteristics and Corporate Governance | Scoop.it
Recently I wrote the first post in a series on board meetings, entitled, Why You're Not Getting the Most out of Your Board, which focused on the need to.

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Collegial decisions are good, but this implies a wise control of the boards discussions in order to get to the decision : the CEO is here a key player.

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