Predict with Data, Not Fear
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About the Event
You may have a strong vision and a strong group of people in your organization, but you may also be hiding a secret a lot of companies have in common - your data is a mess. Without managing the data, no amount of hard work and clear vision can make a company thrive. But with a few tools, you can do this.
A lot of companies track data but have no idea what to do with it. And many companies don’t track any data at all. They just hope for the best (and usually never achieve it).
So, how do you go from a data mess to having numbers you can trust and rely on to make informed business decisions? In this session, Brian Alwin will share what differentiates strong data from meaningless numbers. He will also outline specific actions you can take as a leader to help identify what data to track in order to move your business further, faster.
In this ever-changing business climate, companies are regularly being pulled in all directions. Having the correct types and amount of data will help keep yours on track.
Owners and leaders will leave this session with a strong understanding of how tracking the right data can drive the performance of their organization.
This event is geared towards company owners and CEOs of small to midsize entrepreneurial companies, not startups nor large, publicly held companies. The Resultants monitor registration to ensure a positive environment for owner networking and learning.
About the Speaker
In addition to starting three service businesses with his wife, Brian Alwin has enjoyed a career in Fortune 100 companies in the manufacturing engineering, information technology, quality systems, customer service, transportation and facilities management industries.
In 2020, Brian partnered with The Resultants, a leading Twin Cities business advisory firm, in 2013. As a Business Advisor, Brian Jerry advocates for the best interest of your business, using a process that has proven time and time again to help companies build value and achieve personal and professional success.