Business Intelligence

09 May

Intelligence failures generally occur despite the wealth of information available, because of a lack of suitable analysis for decision makers to draw upon

“……most of the companies’ external sensory functions were either not working or not registering at the policy level. According to two Wharton professors, the President and CEO was not a “vigilant leader” but rather an operational leader (more controlling, focused on efficiency and cost cutting and doesn’t explore outside potential).” (Moeller & Bradi, 2008).

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Posted by on May 9, 2011 in Management


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