Archive | November, 2011

Incident Command Dashboard

I’m happy to oblige the reader who asked me to dig out the Fire Chief Field Command Dashboard: Take a look at http://www.superiortrademark.com/amer/dashboard.htm for a real-life, physical command board. As the page states: “Incident Command is a complicated business. As Incident Commander you are trying to coordinate many activities in rapid succession. Many of the […]

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Using Excel to Brainstorm Dashboard KPIs

Dashboard Example: Dashboard Metrics and KPIs. A simple but interesting approach to figuring out your core key performance indicators comes in the form of this kpi development checklist and sample Excel Dashboard Template from Stacey Barr. It’s even got hints as to whether you should delegate each task or tackle it yourself. Core KPI Checklist […]

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Getting in shape to deal with Big Data

Big data is a big term these days, everybody in the information management industry is talking about it; in fact, along with cloud and mobile, it has become one of the biggest items in 2011 for information professionals. But what makes big data so big? Are the numbers getting larger or the hard drives getting […]

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BI Graduation – Best student award!

One more season, one more success! This success is merit of the 24 talent student’s with willingness to learn and share their knowledge with everyone. Last week, was held the awards ceremony where congratulations were made to all students for their efforts over the last year especially to Carlos José Monteiro who got the best […]

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What’s in your Ribbon? WorkPlace for Microsoft Outlook 2010 is Now Available!

Well after an extended beta test that lasted over 3 months, we have released our latest version of WorkPlace for Outlook.   Please visit http://www.workplaceforoutlook.com for a FREE download of this amazing new productivity enhancement to Microsoft Outlook. FREE DOWNLOAD! YOUR BUSINESS IN HERE We worked with Information Workers and found that they spend nearly their […]

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