The Importance of Business Intelligence and Analytics in Today’s Recognition Programs

By John Schaefer, July 25, 2011 10:27 am

These are areas that have traditionally been ignored by traditional recognition vendors.  This is due to the fact that most companies already have recognition programs and budgets in place, so recognition sales people tend to take a “bidders” approach to gaining new accounts, rather than a consultant’s role.

As I’ve learned more about the problems this has caused to the recognition industry, I find that as soon as you begin to look at the anticipated results and how they tie into an organization’s mission and values, business intelligence and measurable performances mantrices become the secret to generating comprehensive strategies that engage both managers and employees and lead to significant ROI.

Times are changing, companies don’t have spare money to throw at entitlement programs that don’t prove they have value to the bottom line, and a more strategic approach based on Business Intelligence and Analytics is becoming the key to success.

John Schaefer – America’s Employee Recognition Expert

America’s <a href = Employee”>”“> Employee Recognition

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