Posts tagged as 'Human judgment'

I am adamant that good decisions can be made without perfect data

TrevorMiles

Tom Wailgum over at CIO.com wrote a blog titled “Supply Chain Data: Real-Time Speed Is Seductive and Dangerous” in which he quotes from an Aberdeen report by Nari Viswanathan and Viktoriya Sadlovska.  Tom writes about the adoption of real-time data that “Before any company hits the accelerator, it would be wise to ensure that the […]

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Old-school organizational power structures thwart business performance: The old dogs need to learn new tricks

TrevorMiles

John Westerveld, a colleague of mine, wrote a great 2-part blog post titled “Top ten reasons YOU should be doing S&OP” in which he gives a great practical example of when S&OP can be of great benefit to an organization.  The first reason John selects is alignment across different functions in an organization.  This set […]

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Top companies empower employees to act on insights

JohnWesterveld

I was catching up on some reading and came across this article from last month in IndustryWeek.  The article describes a study done by IBM that shows “top-performing companies were 15 times more likely to apply analytics to strategic decisions” and “were 22 times more prepared to challenge the status quo in their organizations”.  These […]

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