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Shadan Malik, «Enterprise Dashboards: Design and Best Practices for IT»

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Shadan Malik, «Enterprise Dashboards: Design and Best Practices for IT»

Shadan Malik, «Enterprise Dashboards: Design and Best Practices for IT»
Wiley | ISBN 0471738069 | 2005 Year | PDF | 6,78 Mb | 240 Pages


Enterprise Dashboards: Design and Best Practices for IT is a one-stop resource of methodology and best practices for this dynamic and relevant information platform, packed with charts, reports, visual indicators, and alert mechanisms, all consolidated in a rich computer interface. This powerful book is both a guide and a handbook. It helps business leaders understand dashboarding while considering dashboards for their information needs and outlines a tested and proven, step-by-step implementation framework. Enterprise Dashboards covers strategies, vendor selections, execution steps, project milestones, dashboard types, case studies contributed by DaimlerChrysler, Emergency Medical Associates, and ING Direct, and more. Enterprise Dashboards: Design and Best Practices for IT is the perfect tool to help COOs, CIOs, CFOs, CTOs, IT managers, business intelligence managers, information analysts, and software consultants be successful at dashboard implementation.

Enterprise dashboards have become the vehicle of choice for executing the hottest industry trends, including Balanced Scorecard, Enterprise Performance Management (EPM), Business Activity Monitoring (BAM), and Six Sigma, as well as such regulatory compliances as Sarbanes-Oxley. Now, enterprise dashboards are the fastest-growing segment within the business intelligence community.

The first book of its kind, Enterprise Dashboards: Design and Best Practices for IT is a one-stop resource of methodology and best practices for this dynamic and relevant information platform, packed with charts, reports, visual indicators, and alert mechanisms, all consolidated in a rich computer interface. This powerful book is both:

— A guide to help business leaders sort out the good, bad, and ugly of dashboarding while considering dashboards for their information needs. It comes complete with dashboarding strategies, vendor selections, and demystifying coverage of dashboards
— A handbook outlining a tested and proven, step-by-step implementation framework for IT managers, analysts, and consultants—featuring execution steps, storyboarding, project milestones, dashboard types, and case studies contributed by DaimlerChrysler, Emergency Medical Associates, and ING Direct

Enterprise Dashboards provides a useful balance of theoretical and real-world information on everything busy executives need to know about dashboards—from creating them to best practices for getting the most out of them. Complete with helpful templates and illustrations for easy implementation, this valuable book addresses:
— Dashboarding Process: The Meta-Information
— Audience
— Presentation: Design, Layout, and Navigation
— Dashboard Alerts
— Storyboarding
— Project Planning, Branding, and User Training
— Dashboard Types
— Divisional Dashboards
— Software Acquisition and ROI
And more!

Enterprise Dashboards: Design and Best Practices for IT is the perfect tool to help COOs, CIOs, CFOs, CTOs, IT managers, business intelligence managers, information analysts, and software consultants be successful at dashboard implementation.