Business Performance Management refers to a set of performance management and analytic processes that enable the management of an organisation’s performance to achieve their pre-selected goals.
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The main activities of a Business Performance Manager include the selection of targets, the consolidation of measurement information that is relevant to an organisation’s progress and the required interventions made by managers because of this information, with the view to improve future performance. All these activities will run concurrently to ensure a business is operating to the best of its ability, with all the latest software developments accurately assessed and implemented where appropriate.
To manage performance, BPM’s must align the strategic and operational objectives and the business’ set of activities. Business Performance Management is arguably one of the most challenging, diverse and rewarding IT manager jobs available. The ideal candidate will have a passion for communication on all levels, both internally and externally, as well as possessing basic management and leadership skills. A flexible and collaborative approach to managing stakeholders and the ability to relate and talk knowledgeably and confidently about complex analytical techniques and relay this information to a wide-ranging audience is essential.
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