Enterprise Performance Management “Done Right”

Welcome to my new blog home.  It has been a while, hasn’t it?

I’ve spent the last two years working on my Enterprise Performance Management book which was just published by John Wiley & Son.

EPM Done Right tells you step-by-step how to make your ERP finally live up to its promise.
This joint CIO/CFO playbook is a must read to:
  • Find the profit in your revenue growth by turning data into action.
  • Answer “what’s possible and what’s next in my business?”
It’s a way to think about performance more holistically and as a business-process that helps you sustainably execute your strategy.

You can order it here.


3 Responses to Enterprise Performance Management “Done Right”

  1. Gary Cokins says:

    Ron … Here is my “reader review” that I will soon post in Amazon.com for your book:

    I am an author of two enterprise performance management (EPM) books and believe I have a solid understanding of EPM. Ron Dimon’s book reinforces what I have been saying for many years – that EPM is a structured, process-oriented discipline and that it is not just a Finance or IT initiative. I was pleasantly surprised by the number of examples Ron cites where EPM can be used in Sales and Marketing which are not a traditionally recognized focus area for EPM but it should be because one purpose among many is that EPM leads to profitable revenue growth.

    Ron presents a common-sense EPM framework that can be easily understood by any business professional to guide more insightful, fact-based decision making. I firmly believe that anything that can be done to improve the adoption rate of EPM and its strategic importance is worth doing. Ron’s book joins my and a few other EPM authors’ books to build the needed business case for EPM ROI.

    Gary Cokins / author of “Performance Management – Integrating Strategy Execution, Methodologies, Risk, and Analytics”

  2. Pingback: CFO and CIO join forces to serve “The Business” | Ron Dimon

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