Every decision an organization makes has a cost – whether it’s as commonplace as sending email A or email B or as pivotal as choosing between multi-million-dollar software solutions. And while there’s no single right way to come to those decisions, program managers and executives open themselves up to inherent vulnerability when making strictly intuition-based decisions. When reinforced by data and analytics, however, decisions can be made on insight and sound guidance without relying on intuition alone.
In our “Making Connexions” blog series, you’ll get to know the people who make up our team. This Q&A-style series will highlight some of our newest employees and help you understand more about their role, their expertise and what gets them excited for each day.
Nearly all organizations do some kind of analysis or reporting that leverages data. As an outcome, countless decks are produced containing a myriad of charts and graphs, showcasing diverse metrics and results – but only some of them provide useful and actionable analysis that clearly and convincingly articulate “the story” behind those data points such that a broad audience can understand what they mean and act upon their valuable insights.