Written by: Nancy Frick
“Reduce delivery time, release agreed functionality and meet business expectations.”
We have all heard the expected improvements that we need to support. However, these are not trivial endeavors. In fact, they are fraught with complexities requiring focused change management and ongoing consensus battles while never losing sight of regular, ongoing daily operations. In addition, accomplishing these tasks often requires the evaluation of massive amounts of data of varying levels of quality resulting in information overload and the very real risk of bad knowledge that can drive bad decisions.
But wait, what is bad knowledge? If we cannot analyze the words and data around us, we will not be able to take advantage of the wisdom they contain.