How vulnerable is your organization to corporate memory loss?
Not having clear answers to these questions exposes you to:
- Risk - both upside and downside
- Missed opportunities.
As automation continues to increase, you need curation and governance for your corporate knowledge more than ever
Do you know where your critical knowledge is located? Where it came from? Is it up-to-date?
- Faster and better decisions
- Fewer bottlenecks and single points-of-failure
- Improved ability to respond to “pop-up” problems and opportunities
- Improved ability to attract and retain talent.
- How many of your business decisions are automated?
- How many business rules does your organization have?
- How many are incorrect, outdated, or no longer used?
- How secure are they?
- What social amplification risks are inherent in your organization’s decision processes?
For large projects, no one person or team can possibly assimilate the large volumes of data, the many relationships, connections, and interdependencies, and the knowledge needed to quickly and accurately predict errors and generate the right response.
Given the negative media exposure that comes from project failure, or even a simple oversight, organizations need tightly integrated project intelligence systems. By combining human and machine intelligence, these systems proactively help identify potential “blind spots,” preventing project stakeholders from saying: “How did we miss that?” more...
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