Business Analysis and Reporting
Break down business data and metrics to better understand performance.
Why Teams Should Embrace Ad Hoc Reporting
For many teams and Business Intelligence leaders, ad hoc reporting can seem to be a thorn in the side of a well developed reporting process. However, ad hoc reporting can open up more opportunities to put great information to use.
The Optimal Number of Slides for a Monthly Performance Report
Our numbers show that, on average, people pull from two to six data sources to assemble a weekly or monthly performance report. How many slides tells enough of a story and when is too much of a good thing just too much?
How to Use a Pivot Table to Analyze Your Business Data
Pivot tables are a powerful and accessible tool for business users to analyze data with a drag and drop user interface. Explore real examples.
Best Practices for a Project Status Report
One of the most common reports requested in any work environment is the project status report. This guide walks you through a few simple tricks and tips for developing and delivering a great project status report.
How To Create a Great Business Report
Writing a business report can seem overwhelming, but building a clear, compelling, and well-designed report isn’t that hard if you follow a few best practices. Plus it will help you and your team perform better.
What is Ad Hoc Reporting?
Ad hoc reporting has come to mean a specific report for a specific purpose. The antonym in the business world is standardized reporting. Standardized reporting can be used as a base for creating an ad hoc report, but would require some adjustment to achieve the desired result.