One of the hottest information technology topics this year is enterprise performance management. However, every industry pundit seems to have a different definition of what performance management really is. I would like to join the fray and provide you with a framework for the performance management process.

Performance management is an enterprise-wide management program that provides a structured approach for deploying a company's strategy in a consistent and continuous manner. It gives an organization the capability to effectively communicate strategy and ensure that business processes are aligned to support the deployment of that strategy.

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