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Dashboarding Pays Off

Per this audio podcast of the January 2022 research briefing, dashboarding works because everybody in the company can compare progress against agreed-upon metrics and work together to make course corrections.

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In a digital business transformation, knowing where you are is as important as knowing where you want to go. To know where you are requires two important types of measures: those that indicate transformation success, such as progress and value creation; and those that track effectiveness at building capabilities future-ready companies must have to thrive in the digital era. The best tool we have seen companies use to know where they are is real-time dashboarding. In this briefing we share MIT CISR research on dashboarding, illustrating our findings using a case study from Schneider Electric.

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The January 2022 research briefing is read by co-author Stephanie Woerner.

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© 2022 MIT Sloan Center for Information Systems Research, Weill and Woerner. MIT CISR Research Briefings are published monthly to update the center's patrons and sponsors on current research projects.

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MIT CENTER FOR INFORMATION SYSTEMS RESEARCH (CISR)

Founded in 1974 and grounded in MIT's tradition of combining academic knowledge and practical purpose, MIT CISR helps executives meet the challenge of leading increasingly digital and data-driven organizations. We work directly with digital leaders, executives, and boards to develop our insights. Our consortium forms a global community that comprises more than seventy-five organizations.

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