Nenshad Bardoliwalla is Co-Author of Driven to Perform: Risk-Aware Performance Management From Strategy Through Execution (Evolved Technologist Press, New York, NY, 2009), and an entrepreneurial analytics product executive. He is currently Co-Founder and VP Products at Paxata, the Adaptive Data Preparation pioneer. He has played critical leadership roles in the market success of many of the analytic products that now comprise the Oracle and SAP Enterprise Performance Management and Business Intelligence suites. Nenshad holds a BA from Cornell University and an MA from New York University.
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4 responses to “The Unified Performance, Risk, and Compliance Process Model – Part I – Strategize and Prioritize”

  1. tom mayo

    Loved the post. Will be studying intently in the days ahead, and evaluating the framework you propose. Thank you!

  2. Denis ONeil

    Thanks for this post. As we appreciate the need for Holistic Compliance, we further understand the need for Collaboration. These two terms have been seen as battling disciplines in the past, since the first is looked at as ‘closed’ and the latter as being ‘open’. In fact, it is very difficult for information and coordinated efforts to be achieved effectively without a collaborative culture in place.

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