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Join the 2nd International Controlling Conference

By Sandra Simonovic • Last updated

The International Controlling Conference is an outstanding event in the area of controlling with remarkable international panelists from Germany, Slovenia, Croatia, Poland, Macedonia, and Serbia who will share practical examples from their areas of expertise.

The main topic of this year's Controlling Conference is executive reporting and communication skills in controlling. It is inspired by management’s need to get clear and transparent reports designed to detect the strengths and weaknesses of the organization.

Effective communication with all consumers of company reports is a two-way process and therefore the sender of the report must send a clear message to the recipient and at the same time ensure that the message sent is well received and understood.

The Controlling Conference will cover various topics with specific examples through which the panelist will try to solve many dilemmas, doubts, questions, and concerns related to daily communication within or outside the companies.

About the session

During his session, our BI Specialist Mark Leskovšek will cover key elements of Actionable Reporting. He will help you understand:

  1. How to create clear and consistent dashboard pages
  2. How to collect and present key business drivers / KPIs on the landing page
  3. Elements of Actionable Reporting (advanced charts - variance analysis, small multiples, top N + others, grouped tables with variances. report page tooltips, dynamic commentary, and more)
  4. Hands-on practical examples in Power BI
  5. Latest technology from Zebra BI

Join us to learn how to nail your dashboard landing pages in Power BI and make your KPI scorecards super actionable!

When and where

Date: Friday, May 6
Time: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM CEST
Language: English
Location: Online
Organizer: Controlling Business Center

To register or request more information about the event please send an email to

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