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Managing Performance and Risk in a Down Economy – A Practical Approach to Optimizing Business Performance for Everyone

What differentiates you from your competitors? How can you improve performance in difficult times by finding and executing the most effective and efficient strategy, and then tuning it to achieve even better results? How can you achieve alignment across your organization and partner network? Don’t miss this important webcast, where you can get answers to all these questions. Come hear directly from the authors of Driven To Perform – Risk Aware Performance Management from Strategy Through Execution as they describe how to strategize, plan, execute, monitor, analyze, and optimize performance, all within the context of the myriad risks and compliance requirements that companies face today.

Driven To Perform provides a unified approach to performance, risk, and compliance management that can help all you effectively manage performance across a global business network. Driven to Perform shows how to apply the principles of risk-aware performance management to your area of expertise, whether it is Finance, HR, Sales, Marketing, Service, Supply Chain, Procurement or Product Development. You will receive valuable context for all of these business areas as it relates to managing performance and risk, as well as learn the collaboration points between them enabling you to optimize performance beyond your four walls.

The concepts of Driven To Perform are essential for those who are serious about driving transformation and who are looking to create a high performance and data driven culture beyond just concepts. Driven to Perform will take you from strategy through execution, with a focus on end-to-end business processes. A detailed case study shows how a corporate strategy is executed across an organization, fleshing out the meaning of risk-aware performance management so you see a practical use case for how to apply this to your business.

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