PMO Advisory Engages Top Researcher to Analyze Findings of Business ExecutionIndex™

Dr. Mark Kotkin Retained To Assess Findings from New Index to Quantify Where Businesses Fail To Execute on Strategy.

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Our business execution study has already been well received... The dataset from the research has proven very rich, which is why we decided to retain the services of Dr. Mark Kotkin, one of the most respected researcher around.

Cedar Grove, NJ (PRWEB) June 30, 2014

PMO Advisory (http://www.pmoadvisory.com), a management consulting firm that helps organizations to bridge the gap from ideas to execution, has retained leading market researcher Mark Kotkin, Ph.D., to assist with the analysis of the firm’s expanding Business ExecutionIndex™. Under Dr. Kotkin’s guidance, PMO Advisory will be able to extrapolate more information from the ExecutionIndex for research reports and white papers exploring areas where organizations fail to execute against business strategy, and how companies can correct course to achieve their goals.

More than 600 executives from a diverse range of businesses and non-profit organizations from across various industries and government agencies have already been surveyed for the Business ExecutionIndex. The findings are already providing practical insight and tactical approaches revealing how to develop new tools and business processes to improve any organization’s business execution. The Business ExecutionIndex is an extension of PMO Advisory’s project management office (PMO) practice and their consulting services to facilitate process improvement for business transformation for clients.

“Our business execution study has already been well received by organizations seeking to improve their operations,” said Te Wu, founder and CEO of PMO Advisory. “The dataset from the research has proven very rich, which is why we decided to retain the services of Dr. Mark Kotkin, one of the most respected market researchers around, to help us tabulate the findings.”

Dr. Kotkin is a consultant specializing in developing survey methodologies and conducting market research. Dr. Kotkin recently retired after 27 years with Consumer Reports where he was responsible for managing all published survey content, including the Annual Questionnaire, the largest national consumer survey other than the U.S. Census.

Dr. Kotkin will be working with the PMO Advisory team to compile the results from the first Business ExecutionIndex, including developing the initial report of the survey findings which will be made available to all survey participants. PMO Advisory also plans to create a series of white papers expanding on specific trends in the index, as well as developing a book profiling the ExecutionIndex findings.

“The preliminary survey results already offer some interesting insights,” Wu added. “For example, we discovered that non-profit institutions tend to ‘out execute’ all types of for-profit organizations. In fact, we find that even the biggest for-profit companies can learn a lot about strategic execution from the non-profit sector.”

For more information about the Business ExecutionIndex, visit http://www.pmoadvisory.com/live/strategicbusinessexecution/sbe_research/ or go to http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/sbe01 to participate in the survey and receive the complete survey results.

About PMO Advisory

PMO Advisory is a socially minded management advisory firm with expertise in business and IT execution, serving as a resource to help enable ideas for organizations. PMO Advisory helps transform business ideas, plans, objectives and vision into reality using a proven, customizable consulting approach. The firm’s advisory team is expert in program and project leadership, process improvement, business transformation, and data analysis and visualization. The company’s goal is to enhance executive decision-making and promote business transformation.

For more information, visit PMO Advisory on the web at http://www.pmoadvisory.com.


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