Stuck on the Fort Duquesne Bridge in Pittsburgh one afternoon during rush hour, I was pondering a recent conversation with an old client. The client, a mid-sized financial institution, is considering master data management (MDM) to help them better understand their customer relationships.
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Imagine a shiny, new red Ferrari in your driveway. You have splurged on it and cannot wait to rev the engine and pull ahead of the annoyingly slow cars on the highway. This is the machine that will take you to your destination with style and speed. Would you run
In my previous post, I pondered how the inevitable lag time between the definition of requirements and the delivery of solutions is exacerbated by the business world fluctuating dramatically in short periods of time. Today’s business requirements may not only be different than yesterday’s business requirements, but today’s business requirements
As Steve Jobs once said: “You can’t just ask customers what they want and then try to give that to them. By the time you get it built, they’ll want something new.” The inevitable lag time between the definition of requirements and the delivery of solutions is perhaps the primary reason
2013 is rapidly approaching and everyone is focused on change, whether it's a shift in your current role, a New Year's resolution or a new business plan. Similarly, organizations are looking at their master data management (MDM) strategy with an eye on the accompanying change management. There is a shift towards a