This study focuses on data management practices including organizational structure, governance framework and policies, data domains, and technology tools.Read More
Earlier in 2015, we conducted a benchmarking study on Performance Measurement and Attribution. It proved to be a popular study with our members, so we thought we'd share some insights that came out of the study.Read More
This study focuses on the organization, various risk components, data, and technology required to ensure your risk management strategies are effective and appropriate.Read More
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Study focuses on the systems, organization, and processes required to publish performance results for both internal and external consumptionRead More
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Cutter Associates Benchmarking survey on Execution Management revealed specific areas where firms could improve their practices.Read More
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