“Of those respondents who said their companies still make decisions based on judgment rather than…”

February 12, 2009
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“Of those respondents who said their companies still make decisions based on judgment rather than business analytics, 61 percent said it was because good data was not available, and just over half (55 percent) said their decisions relied on qualitative and subjective factors. Other reasons related to workforce challenges: 23 percent of respondents said “insufficient quantitative skills in employees” were a main impediment at their company, and 36 percent said their company “faces a shortage of analytical talent.””

To Hell with Business Intelligence: 40 Percent of Execs Trust Gut – CIO


“Of those respondents who said their companies still make decisions based on judgment rather than business analytics, 61 percent said it was because good data was not available, and just over half (55 percent) said their decisions relied on qualitative and subjective factors. Other reasons related to workforce challenges: 23 percent of respondents said “insufficient quantitative skills in employees” were a main impediment at their company, and 36 percent said their company “faces a shortage of analytical talent.””

To Hell with Business Intelligence: 40 Percent of Execs Trust Gut – CIO
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