Success with strategy reporting starts with a strategic framework that everybody understands, whether that be the Balanced Scorecard, OKRs, Strategy Maps or a hybrid.
Does your team understand how each of your elements are evaluated? Do each of your projects, KPIs, and goals align and link to each other? Alignment and openness are necessary for any reporting process.
Your data should seamlessly integrate from multiple sources, allowing everything you need to make good, strategic decisions to exist in just one place.
Are you managing updates for reports, or chasing them down from your team? Reports should be generated and distributed automatically every month, with no nagging needed.
Meetings are a time to make strategic, data-backed decisions, not a time to dissect the data and reports that were sent ahead of time.
The strategy reporting process should provide meaning and context behind your work, not simply give you more work to do. How much time does the process take you each month?
Over the years, we’ve worked with hundreds of companies around the world and across all industries to help them re-envision their strategy reporting process.
We’ve taken the data that we collected and synthesized it into recommendations for how any organization, no matter what your current reporting process is, can improve their strategy reporting process.
Your Strategy Reporting Assessment will give you an accurate review of the strengths and weaknesses of your company’s reporting process and how you compare to other organizations. Based on your responses, we will also provide you with a detailed and personalized set of next steps for you to further improve your management reporting process.