10 Tips when using Dashboards for Story Telling
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Originally published: 15/05/2019 07:26
Publication number: ELQ-61597-1
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10 Tips when using Dashboards for Story Telling

Discover 10 Ways to Make Your Dashboards Tell the Right Story

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Dashboards have become the new way of visualising Business performance instead of just producing reports but not all Dashboards are effective in story telling. This short article highlights the 10 tips to take note of when designing and implementing dashboards for your organisation.

About the Author

Arno is a Senior Finance professional with more than 15 years experience in Financial Management and Accounting in various roles as CFO, Finance Manager and Finance Business Partner having work in South Africa and Australia.

He is a Chartered Accountant, Certified Financial Modeling and Valuation Analyst and holds a Diploma in Advanced Business Management. Key competencies include Business metrics, Reporting, Business Intelligence, Dashboards, Financial Analysis, Cash Flow, Profitability, Systems, Processes & Automation, Strategy, Planning, Forecasting, Financial Modelling & Troubleshooting

He is passionate about Finance creating value to help drive Business performance and has posted more than 150 articles on LinkedIn and on his blog at FinanceValueCreation.com.

His tools, templates and reading material are practical, easy to understand and are aligned to the Value Creation Framework of creating value through Intelligence, Improvements and Insights.

Arno mentors Accountants from time to time and is generous with sharing his knowledge with like minded professionals.

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