See the benefits the Cognos TM1 Toolkit and LAB membership has for you with this Cognos TM1 specific Use Case:
Meet Brenda Lavery, Sales Director North America in Computer Software, Greater Los Angeles Area.
She wants to define Cognos TM1 competency-based leadership. Her main goal is preventing failure to find the right level of project oversight (e.g. either the Project Manager micromanages the project causing the team to become de-motivated or they fail to track things sufficiently closely allowing the project to run out of control).
In her Cognos TM1 Toolkit Brenda has 13 documents that cover the Cognos TM1 topic.
Brenda finds 2 Powerpoint Presentations, 10 PDFs and 1 Word Document that cover Cognos TM1 in-depth.
Brenda hones in on the following actionable documents and quickly scrolls through each document:
– Accelerating Your Successtm.pdf
– Business Intelligence And Analytics Platforms.pdf
– Facilities And Asset Management.ppt
– Front Cover.pdf
– How Ibm Cognos Enterprise Planning Solutions Simplifies Data And Process Management.ppt
– Ibm Content Analytics Administration Workshop.pdf
– Januar – Juni.pdf
– Performance Analysis And Capacity Planning For Ibm I.pdf
– Tdwi Research.pdf
– Why Sap Srm.pdf
– Z vm Administration.pdf
Brenda now feels unwavering about her Cognos TM1 awareness and has the viable data and cases she needs to define Cognos TM1 competency-based leadership in minutes. On top of that, the documents also give her input on how to achieve a single Cognos TM1 view and bringing data together.
You can get these benefits and results today with the Cognos TM1 Toolkit: all part of a comprehensive document library designed to help professionals achieve tangible business results. You receive instant access to the world’s foremost repository of expert and practical analysis and opinion on everything important in IT with cutting-edge research.
This is the single most valuable IT library in the world. Nothing else compares when it comes to assisting you to generate results.
‘Cognos TM1: establishing the starting point’ – Carmon Y.