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Strategy to Action Control - A Method for Statistical Control of Business Processes

Metrics and measures are a significant part of a good Business Value Framework because when used they are the most effective tool to evaluate and control performance to plan.  If you are following a Business Value Framework, you know how to establish metrics and measures for strategic objectives, portfolios and action plans.  But how will you know how well these objectives, portfolios and action plans actually perform; how will you know if they actually meet expectations and stay within…


Added by Barb@Vyrtunet on February 25, 2012 at 3:24am — No Comments

Business Strategy to Action Plan

Another addition to the Business Value Toolkit!


Are you ready to turn your business strategy into action?  We have a new guide and template that you can use to develop an Action Plan that links directly to your Balanced Scorecard and strategic objectives.  Learn how to establish strategic, portfolio and action plan metrics and measures to evaluate performance to plan.  This download includes a template and step-by-step process to develop a complete action plan for any…


Added by Barb@Vyrtunet on February 4, 2012 at 5:29am — No Comments

SaaS Migration Plan

Are you ready to start using Software as a Service in the cloud?  We've launched a new template that provides everything you need to develop a plan and schedule to migrate users and data to any cloud-based SaaS solution regardless of the service provider.  Use it to establish a scope and process that describes how user access, authentication and data are moved to SaaS in the cloud.

  • Technical Solution & Access/Authentication Requirements
  • Service & Configuration…

Added by Barb@Vyrtunet on August 5, 2011 at 12:52am — No Comments

Implementation Plan

You’ve done the strategy, the technical requirements, the project plan and the schedule.  Your project gets design approval and you purchase equipment.  The equipment arrives on site and your technical team builds the platform according to design specifications.  They configure and test the equipment.  With a few tweaks here and there everything works and you can sleep at night.  But what if you need to deploy this platform to multiple sites using technical resources from different…


Added by Barb@Vyrtunet on May 16, 2011 at 5:39pm — No Comments

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