September 1, 2007

Getting good data to guide decisions

By: OR Manager

Do you judge your reports by the pound? Many OR leaders aren't lacking for data—they often receive stacks of reports every month. But they may lack good information, a plight some call DRIP—data rich but information poor. How can leaders avoid DRIP and get useful reports to guide decision making?

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