Utilising data effectively and being able to present this in a way that your business leaders can understand and use to make decisions is vitally important. Organisations pump out data every day from every process, so knowing how to present this in an effective way is crucial. Sadly, many organisations are not utilising their data in an effective enough way to enable their teams / leaders to make well informed decisions.
In this course, we will look at the techniques and steps required to deliver good organisational reporting to the internal operation. If you are seeking to deliver good reporting to key internal stakeholders who need to know how your operation is performing, this course is for you.
We will cover:
- What is reporting, its importance and purpose.
- Good reporting vs. bad reporting - things to look out for.
- 10 step process to delivering good organisational reporting.
- A case study of a live example.
- A breakdown of some of the key things you could look to include in your reporting.
- Resources to utilise to understand current and future state requirements.
- Hints and tips on things to think through when building your reporting.
We will then review all learnings, discuss hints and tips and close out.
This approach is tried and tested, and has delivered successful organisational reporting for a number of companies, large and small.
Who this course is for
- Business leaders
- Business Improvement consultants
- Team leaders / managers
- Operational leaders
- Business professionals
- A great place to start when trying to build out internal reporting from scratch. Very insightful and user friendly ~ Angel C
- Very good ~ Almothana A
What you'll learn
- Organisational reporting
- Internal reporting
- How to build a good reporting approach
- Steps to good reporting
- Data presentation