eBook: Embracing data-driven decision making
In the digital age, most companies see the merit in using the data they collect to inform their decision-making. For grocery suppliers facing complex supply chain challenges in the UK, the opportunity to improve efficiency and increase operating margins informed by hard data is golden.
In reality, however, very few companies can claim to have made data a central part of their day-to-day operations. The greatest obstacle to digitisation is often not a lack of technology, but a legacy culture of assumption-based decision-making, placing data analysts in siloes, and too few top-level data champions - the "opinion-operated" model is the opposite of data-driven.
Fortunately, if you democratise access to data for your teams, enable them to acquire the necessary skills and motivate them to challenge conventional ways of thinking, it is highly achievable. This eBook outlines some suggestions to help you do just that.
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