Your life doesn’t take place in a single room. You move around. Maybe you’re opening new offices in Halifax or working closely with the Calgary client for a week or two. Maybe your kid was up all night with a fever and you’re working from home.
Last time we spoke about “Slow Decision Making” and the effect it has on business. This week we talk about the last two items in our series – Dissemination of Data – and probably most important –
In the last few posts, I’ve been talking about some of the common problems that make it difficult for organizations to meet core objectives, such as persisting with outdated systems for all the right (yet wrong) reasons, and how key information gets trapped between data silos.
In the last post, I talked about outdated operational IT systems making it difficult for organizations to meet core objectives. Today, I am going to look at the problem of data silos.
As we saw last post,
Over the past 15 years of working in the Business Intelligence industry, I’ve worked with all sorts of different organizations. Whether they differ in size and scale, technology, or industry, there seems to be several common factors that keep cropping up that make these organizations struggle with meeting some of their core objectives.