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Published By: Sage     Published Date: May 18, 2018
In some kinds of more traditional businesses the finance department tends to swallow as much data as is thrown at it but only outputs small, measured and curated amounts of insights periodically: “Here’s revenue vs target in the last quarter”. These are undoubtedly essential for proper business management, But periodic reports also mean it can be too late for the business to respond. It’s like driving by looking only in the rear-view mirror. Looking at what’s behind isn’t going to let you spot a sudden bend in the road! Essentially, the highly competitive and evolved business environment of today requires businesses to have proactive, indicative business metrics. Combined with more traditional metrics, these mean businesses have invaluable and complete insight in order to evaluate performance. Proactive, indicative business metrics are found across most successful businesses–and especially amongst C-suite employees. These people know that the benefits are proven. Analytics-driven execu
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Published By: Indicative Software     Published Date: Aug 24, 2007
Learn about agent-based versus agentless monitoring approaches to enterprise management, and how a combination of data collection technologies can realize the benefits of both.
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enterprise management, enterprise monitoring, data collection, data collection engines, agent-based monitoring, agentless monitoring, performance monitoring, application performance, synthetic monitoring, passive monitoring, active monitoring, service level management, service management, systems management, indicative, infrastructure, monitoring, network performance management
    
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Published By: BetterUp     Published Date: Aug 14, 2018
"Workday has grown at a rapid pace since the company’s inception. Though this growth was indicative of the company’s success, it had an unintended side effect. Workday faced the same challenge experienced by nearly every high growth company: a tension between growth and culture. The company needed a way to bring all of its employees into its values system quickly, and ensure that people leaders were truly growing and leading in alignment with Workday’s culture. The company also needed a way to help people leaders newer to management learn and on-ramp quickly, in alignment with the speed of the business. One of the steps Workday took to protect and nurture its special culture was reaching out to BetterUp to try out its leadership coaching. In partnership with Workday, BetterUp introduced an initial pilot program focused on people managers, with the goal of helping Workday support and grow its people leaders in the future."
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