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5 Keys to Increase Psychological Motivation for Analytic Adoption
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Re: Up The Ladder
  • 11/1/2017 5:07:19 PM
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Without the "lower" needs, the "higher" needs never happen. It's part of why MBAs can be so infuriating (and I am one!). Building a structured business model is a "higher" need, but it doesn't matter if your base product doesn't work and nobody trusts it to work.

But that foundation of making something analytic work, whether it's a trusted data model or a core data mart or a well-designed dashboard is the foundation for all of the "analytic enterprise" and "data-driven business" aspirational buzzword issues that we are asked to deliver upon. 

Re: Up The Ladder
  • 11/1/2017 5:03:57 PM
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The "triple bottom line" concept is a corporate framework that considers three different areas:

Social

Environmental

Financial

with the idea that business should be a holistic exercise that is good not just for pure profit, but for social good and to help the community. It's obviously easier said than done, but it is an ideal that many companies strive for.

Re: Up The Ladder
  • 10/19/2017 9:22:24 AM
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The graph here shows the peak for business as "Triple bottom line." What exactly is meant by that?

Up The Ladder
  • 10/18/2017 8:26:11 AM
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Very interesting how Maslow's needs equate well to business relations as well. And interesting to make note that the "lower" needs are actually the most important and take up perhaps the hardest part of the equation. Of course, it's easier said than done to meet these needs in inidividuals and in the business setting as well.



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