Part II | Dashboard vs Business Dashboard – Going beyond report based dashboards

Tor Inge Vasshus

This is my second blog around a new term that Corporater uses: Business Dashboard. What characterizes a dashboard: Dashboards are nothing more than HTML reports where [...]

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Part I | Dashboard vs Business Dashboard – What is the difference?

Tor Inge Vasshus

I am going to start a series that focus on a new term that Corporater uses: Business Dashboard. What is the difference between a Dashboard that most of us know - and the Corporater Business Dashboard? Well [...]

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Rock Your Business

Paul Niven

Fans of The Eagles – and really, how can you not be a fan of a group that has produced so many memorable songs on the way to selling a whopping 150 million albums over their 30 year span – will be interested in a fascinating documentary titled “History of the Eagles [...]

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Are you too busy to improve?

Tor Inge Vasshus

Though we all know that change is the only constant thing in business, people are way too resistant to it, even if it is promises a positive impact on the bottom line. Why is it so? Few things off my head that I see way too often are: They are too busy and firefighting takes [...]

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Connecting what you «Do» with what you want to «Achieve»

Tor Inge Vasshus

I have been consulting several clients lately, and I have discovered a pattern that I think is common in many companies. The vision, the strategy, and the KPI’s are well established and linked. But I seldom find the [...]

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If Pharaoh should recruit a leader – how would the world look like?

Tor Inge Vasshus

Written concepts about leadership developed early. The concepts of leadership, leader and follower are found in the Egyptian hieroglyphs. Just think how the world would have been if Pharaoh was selecting the leaders to [...]

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Manager or Leader

Tor Inge Vasshus

When I thought about some of the “Leaders” I have worked for, I look back on the employment with joy. These people “showed the way” and lead me in the right direction – sometimes even without me knowing that I was being led. But I have also worked [...]

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The Serious Downside of Working Lunches

Paul Niven

Over the past twenty years, I’ve facilitated thousands of workshops during which my clients engage in the significant mental effort required to develop Balanced Scorecards that will lead to the execution of their strategy [...]

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Are we in control of rising cost or is cost ruling us?

Tor Inge Vasshus

As a young financial controller I made an observation that I won’t ever forget. I had collected the various departments’ budgets for the next 5 years (bottom up process) and summarized the numbers. The 5 year [...]

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