Marketing Dashboards Advance Strategic Thinking Across The Enterprise
November 20, 2009
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Dashboards allow Customer Intelligence (CI) professionals to better influence marketing strategy and drive corporate activities beyond marketing. But many firms don't use them. Absent a culture of sharing, sufficient resources, and clean data, dashboard projects stall or falter. By setting simple goals for dashboard projects and using readily available resources, CI professionals can begin to share insights across organizational silos and gain entrance to the executive boardroom.
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Table of Contents
- Many Firms Lack A Consistent Approach To Intelligence Sharing
- Standardized Dashboards And Scorecards Enable Stronger Strategy
- Focus On Culture, Agree On Standards, And Manage Scope
- Supplemental Material
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