Enterprise Reporting Program

Course Aim & Learning Objectives

Course Aim

Course Aim

The aim of this course is to introduce you to the Enterprise Reporting Program and explain the impact it will have on you going forward

Introduction & Learning Objectives

Learning Objectives

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Program Overview

Current Challenges and Drivers for Change

At Aurecon, we have an ambitious strategy that requires us to stay on the pulse of client and market activity and allow us to become ambidextrous as an organisation....

....but at the moment we’re operating in a complex and confusing reporting environment

Current Challenges and Drivers for Change

The Aurecon Business Landscape

Aurecon Business Landscape

Aurecon Business Landscape

Click on each hotspot to reveal the key questions that we need to answer to determine if Aurecon, as an enterprise, is performing as desired.

Aligning to Our Strategy

Enterprise Reporting is a key enabler of our Finance vision

No Surprises Guarantee


No Surprises

The foundation of Aurecon’s future prosperity is our NO SURPRISES GUARANTEE that gives leaders the confidence to make well-informed decisions.

Behaviour Change is Key

How do we need to change?

Creation of reports to show one singular view

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Creation of reports that illustrate what really matters to the business

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How do we need to change?

Lack of trust in the sources of data

  • Multiple “sources of truth”, spread across non-integrated systems

Trusting the source of data

  • An Enterprise Data Warehouse that is trusted and well governed

How do we need to change?

Reporting on everything

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Reporting by exception

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How do we need to change?

Using reports as a means of providing information

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Using reports to drive meaningful conversations

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How do we need to change?

 Looking backward and inward

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Looking forward and outward

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How do we need to change?

Report generation as a “cottage industry”

  • Custom in-house built systems, supported by(typically) one Subject Matter Expert and limited/no documentation
  • Off-system reporting, data manipulation (e.g.Excel) with significant manual handling, transactional processing and low strategic reflection/insight

Consistent reports generated by the right users

  • Clear roles and responsibilities

How do we need to change?

Time spent debating the number, not on action

  • Time spent debating which data is correct ratherthan on strategic decisions and actions

Time spent making decisions, not debating the number

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Knowledge Check #1

  • Lack of trust in the sources of data
    Trusting the source of data
  • Data driven
    Dialogue driven
  • Using reports as a means of providing information
    Consistent reports generated by the right users
  • Backward & Inward-looking
    Forward-looking & outward-focused
  • Reporting on everything
    Reporting by exception

Scenario: Quarterly Client Portfolio Performance

Scenario: Quarterly Client Portfolio Performance