Harald Matzke

Signals instead of noise: How does good reporting lead to the right decisions?

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Speaker: Harald Matzke

In the Corona crisis all governments are facing the same issue - insufficient factual basis. Even existing data is often not disposal for the decision makers in time and the risk of taking wrong decisions is extremly high.

In desperation, entire economies were shut down due to an ambiguity of the infection rate and even a very short-term forecast of 14 days does not seem reliable. The collateral damage is immense.

Transferred to decision-making processes in companies, it means that only with the right facts at the time of the decision, the right impulses for the level of action can be given. How should the right signals be filtered out of the existing noise? Because there is no lack of data in companies. Reliable reporting is essential!

This webinar focuses on the questions:

How to recognize the real signals and distinguish them from general noise?
How to distinguish between a natural variance and an important trend?
How to ensure that dashboards and reports trigger results-oriented action?

This webinar will work out the aspects a modern reporting system has to consider regarding a new concept or a redesign.

How to make the right choice concerning:

  • the amount of data
  • the date
  • the content
  • the preparation

Find out what you can do now to increase transparency without getting lost in a new flood of data.

Take part at our further webinars of the series
"Making fact-based decisions in times of crisis":

Agile cost management in turbulent times
(May, 12th, 2020, 4:00 - 5:00 pm)

Managing investments in the crisis: Managing project and investment portfolios dynamically
(May, 26th, 2020, 4:00 - 5:00 pm)

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