Case Study - Education
With today’s data explosion, we are drowning in data but starving for information. The onslaught of cheap processing power and data storage has enabled a significant increase in the data stored within an organisation. Unfortunately, in many cases that data cannot provide business intelligence (or information) because there is no clear translation from the data to our information needs or vice versa.Read it
When someone in your business asks you to build a “solution” to meet their business need, it’s the start of a long process you both hope will be successful.
But we know that’s not always the case. And when it isn’t, they’ll blame you for blowing out time and/or budget and for the end product not being what they wanted.
You’ll likely be able to point out that you delivered what they asked for, but what they asked for wasn’t what they really wanted, and how were you meant to know that?Read it
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