Quick month-end reporting in three days or less – part one Recorded webinar Does your month-end reporting take more than three days? Are the monthly management reports too large and with errors? David Parmenter, author and international presenter, has yet to find an organisation that cannot achieve ‘day three’ reporting when applying his methodology.
Quick month-end reporting in three days or less – part two Live webinar date: 26 January 2016 In this second part of a two part series David Parmenter will look at the more strategic changes you should make once you have reaped the benefit of the content in part one. In this live/on-demand webinar you’ll look at more strategic practices, best reporting practices and the technology you’ll need to use.
Key performance indicators: An introduction to winning KPIs – part one Live webinar date: 10 May 2016 In this live/on-demand webinar David Parmenter, author and international presenter, explores what KPI’s are, how to find them in your organization, and why finding your organization’s critical success factors (CSFs) is often the missing link.
Key performance indicators: An introduction to winning KPI’s – part two Live webinar date: 17 May 2016 Following on from Key performance indicators part one, David Parmenter will cover what KPI’s are and how to find them in your organization in greater depth, as well as exploring critical success factors (CSF’s), how you find your organization’s CSF’s, the six stage process to implementing winning KPIs and the eight stages of selling and leading change.
Lean planning and forecasting for the 21st century – three part webinar series Live webinar dates: 16 February, 23 February and 8 March 2016 Learn how lean organisations have been able to produce the annual plan quickly, in less than two weeks, and eventually replace it with a quarterly rolling planning process. Discover how rolling forecasting is the key to help make this happen. David Parmenter, international author and presenter, looks at the strategy behind your processes, sorting out your annual planning process and sorting out the forecasting process.