If you ever have found yourself “stuck” with a tricky dilemma we will show you how to use a simple framework to bring structure to your thinking and incorporate those all important personal and corporate values for a sound solution which you can stand behind.
What will you do different after this webinar?
•Analyse a difficult decision holistically
•Appreciate the importance of knowing your values
•Understand how people make AND take decisions
•Recognise that listening to others’ viewpoints is crucial
•Responsible decisions start and end with YOU!
Today businesses are looking for new ways to find actionable insights that lead to faster, more accurate, and higher confidence decision-making. If managed correctly, big data analytics can help corporations stay ahead of the competition. It can allow them unparalleled insight into customer behavior across multiple touch points.
But how do you know if your data is reliable? Are your insights accurate? Can you trust them? These are the questions that can keep managers up at night.
Ready to make the move to high confidence decision-making? Watch the video below, then download Brillio's new whitepaper to learn more.
Are Converged Infrastructures (CI), Hyper-Converged Infrastructures (HCI), Cluster in Box or Cloud in Box (CiB) solutions for you? The answer is it depends on what your needs, requirements, application among other criteria are. In addition are you focused on a particular technology solution or architecture approach, or, looking for something that adapts to your needs? Join us in this discussion exploring your options for different scenario as we look beyond they hype including to next wave of hyper-scale converged along with applicable decision making criteria.
- Data Infrastructures exist to support applications and their underlying resource needs
- What are your application and environment needs along with other objectives
- Explore various approaches for hyper-small and hyper-large environments
- What are you converging, hardware, hypervisors, management or something else?
- Does HCI mean hyper-vendor-lock-in, if so, is that a bad thing?
- When, where, why and how to use different scenarios
You have been told, or determined that you need (or want) to use cloud storage, ok, now what? What type of cloud storage do you need or want, or do you simply want cloud storage? However, what are your options as well as application requirements including Performance, Availability, Capacity and Economics (PACE) along with access or interfaces? Where are your applications and where will they be located? What are your objectives for using cloud storage or is it simply you have heard or told its cheaper. Join us in this discussion exploring your options, considerations for cloud storage decision making.
- Data Infrastructures exist to support applications and their underlying resource needs
- Various cloud storage options to meet different application PACE needs
- Storage for primary, secondary, performance, availability, capacity, backup, archiving
- Public, private and hybrid cloud storage options from block, file, object to application service
- When, where, why and how to use cloud storage for different scenarios
Traditional models of cognitive behaviour remain meaningful, but they can fail to deliver strong links between ‘smart’, cognitive-based factors of judgement and the decision-making associated with actual behaviour change.
In contrast, behavioural economics accounts for the ‘lazy’ judgments and thoughts that occur at an automatic level, but can over-weight the prevalence of such behaviour.
On October 4 Cello Health Insight, in association with PMGroup, will host a free webinar on applying adaptive and integrated behavioural models to qualitative enquiry.
It will look at how to achieve a better understanding of what drives therapeutic decision-making and how medical marketing, digital and PR initiatives can change future behaviours in favour of achieving target sales.
Business continuity can be a high pressured role at times, with many decisions having to be made under that pressure. It is important to be able to manage it effectively and so ensure the right decision is taken, whatever the circumstances. In this webinar, Paul Breed MCBI presents a decision making model which includes:
Information - (Fact, Assumption, Gaps - urgency)
Threat and Risk Assessment - based on Identity, Capability, Intention
Development of a Working Strategy - that dovetails the Threat and Risk Assessment
Options - ideally from a predetermined tactical menu that reduces time critical decision making
Action - based on the agreed option together with contingencies
Review - constantly review the decision especially when new information comes to light
The adoption of performance management methodologies across all types of businesses continues, but the expected step-change in organisational performance still today, often proves elusive.
Join Information Builders and Phil Jones, a thought-leader in performance management and business strategy, where we will identify some of the key reasons for such mixed results.
In this 30 minute webinar, we will explain the importance of connecting up common performance management practices with decision-making processes within organisations, to deliver a significant improvement in operational performance.
Attend this webinar to learn:
- How decisions really get made in organisations
- Where traditional performance management thinking can go wrong
- How to make sense of the maelstrom of KPIs, measures and useful information
- Best practices for taking and acting on decisions to improve performance
- How to really learn from decision making and performance management
Following on from our previous webinar, this session will look more in-depth at how to fix the join between performance management & decision-making to get results.
This session goes beyond the theory, and will demonstrate how technology can support your performance management initiatives.
You know that every decision to use the Cloud will be challenged, whether by investors, executives, customers, or members of your own team. Behind every challenge is the same question, "Can we trust the decision?" This presentation introduces a new decision model that will transform the confidence you can earn from others that your decisions are to be trusted.Read more >
Three mobile apps that can help you win the battle for customer mindshare?
Mobile is the new battleground for consumer mind share across many Industries. Although business and IT are aligned on what they think is important research shows it often isn’t what end users value.
Worse yet, when an app disappoints, 65% of users won’t buy your other products.
As mobile app developers look to increase mobile engagement, they must be focused on the right things – enabling the mobile moment that influences action at the right time, in context.
Join IBM industry and technical experts for this Slashdot TechByte webcast series where you will:
•Learn the latest innovations that mobile offers in retail, banking and healthcare
•See innovative apps in action and learn how to use the capabilities that make them unique
•Discover how to use IBM MobileFirst Platform capabilities to make good apps great
Don’t hesitate, register now for this complimentary event series to learn how to gain the mindshare your apps deserve.
•Part 3: Differentiate and Win: Mobile Banking Apps with Analytics that Guide Decision Making:
See how to use cloud-based analytics from Watson to provide immediate and contextually relevant guidance for financial planning in a small business environment.
It is often through hindsight that the value of a Board decision is judged. Years, even months after, both those affected by a decision and those who took it will sometimes ask, “Who decided that?”
There are many factors that play into a good Board decision, including the quality of Board paper, the range of options, the quality of debate, effective challenge, corporate perspective, understanding of the context, and the ability of the Chair to effectively steer discussion and move to a decision. Boards make many fewer decisions than they think they do. In observing a Board meeting, held over 7 hours with over 650 pages of papers, there was not one paper for decision.
This Webinar will delve into decision making as one of the key roles of the Board. We’ll look at the four levels of Board engagement in decision making: rubber stamping, probing and questioning, setting strategic direction, and shadowing. For each level we’ll explore what it means for the Board and the organisation it directs. We’ll also consider a range of related factors that influence decision making:
• Best practice in Board papers
• Strategic versus operational focus
• The roles of board members
• Corporate versus functional perspective
We’ll use a range of models to explore Board decision making, and will draw on experience from across the NHS and beyond.
John Deffenbaugh, a director of Frontline and an NHS non-executive director, will host this Webinar.
Risk sources are more often identified and located not only in infrastructural or technological assets and tangible variables, but in Human Factor variables, Mental States and Decision Making. The interaction between Human Factors and tangible aspects of risk, highlights the need to focus closely into Human Factor as one of the main drivers for Risk Management, a "Change Driver" that comes first of all from the need to know how humans perform in challenging environments and in face of risksRead more >
Organisations make many decisions every day. Each of these decisions can incur huge costs if they are made without the proper data, business knowledge, analysis tools, or deployment strategies.
While some decisions do require institutional knowledge, others are much more data-driven and repeatable – those are ripe to be automated. Automation is a key part of making "decisions at scale."
Trevor Jones, Founder and CEO of Thorogood, kicks off the event with a look at the year ahead for the BI & Analytics market. He highlights the opportunity to drive better organizational performance through data-driven decision making enabled by today's leading business intelligence and analytics tools.
This presentation was recorded live at Thorogood's Business Intelligence & Analytics Update seminar in London on 3 March 2015.
Servers need and storage and storage support servers as part of providing information services across different organizations, application and environments. An industry trend is a shift for some environments from separate compute servers and storage I/O networking capabilities to converged environments including cloud and virtual. This webinar looks at various current and emerging industry trends along with perspectives for making informed decisions pertaining to virtual servers and storage across converged, hyper-converged and traditional deployment scenarios.
•What are your different options for supporting various types of server virtualization
•Industry trends including various hypervisors as well as containers
•Different types of storage to support various applications needs
•Software Defined Storage Management to support cloud and virtual environments
•Who’s doing what as well as decision making criteria
•How to benchmark or compare apples to apples vs. apples to oranges
There are many different facets of software-defined storage along with software defined storage management. However, which is right for you and your environment? The answer is that it will depend on what you are trying to do or accomplish as well as your view or perception and preference of what is or is not software defined storage.
This webinar looks at current and emerging industry trends perspectives for software-defined storage spanning cloud, virtual and traditional environments across various applications. A wealth of information and insight into what the industry is doing as well as what IT organizations can do today and in the future for making informed storage decisions.
•Industry landscape sampling of who is doing what
•What to look for and various options
•Software defined storage decision making
•What is and is not software defined storage
•Different options and approaches for software defined
Decision making is an essential and very important skill in the business tool kit of professionals in the 21st century. This cutting edge seminar focuses on the thinking and behavioral skills that are required to conduct an accurate decision making process in the business world.
It is important to understand that decision making has two distinctive parts; one is an all encompassing, methodical and analytical process, which requires specific steps and models to minimize the margin of error in a pressured and demanding environment. The training in this part focuses on being able to be at the point, responsive rather than reactive, making decisions in a rational, responsible manner, without bias or pre-conceived ideas that cloud judgment. The other part includes the emotional intelligence element in decision making that takes into account the human aspect, long-term consideration and the understanding of emotions as a powerful tool in decision making.