"Senior managers adore their dashboards. Are they really capable of understanding what they indicate? I have my doubts!"
Tag: intelligent decisioning
Taking a decision is easy. However, living with the outcome might be problematic because every decision is a choice that leads us to an action that will affect others. And trust – what about this elemental human feeling? As children, we trust our parents. This kind of trust forms the
Free will is the core of a human being. Free will implies making decisions. But how are decisions defined? Decision making is choosing an alternative from many possibilities. It is a process that results in the selection of a set of actions among several alternative scenarios. But what about business?
For many organisations, open source supports the rapid and agile development of projects and models. New projects enable significant success with fast deployment of analytics projects, and also – importantly – supports a failing fast strategy without having to incur significant infrastructure costs. Deploying open source at the enterprise level
I can still remember the emergence in the 1990s of Java as a universal and largely open-sourced programming language. Some observers believed it would signal the eventual demise of proprietary languages such as C, Fortran and Cobol. Current surveys, however, and there are many, confirm that plenty of people continue