Archive for the ‘Information Management’ Category

It’s My Data and I want it Now! – Ad-Hoc Reporting   Leave a comment

You need to make an important purchasing decision based on your current inventory data but you find out there doesn’t seem to be report or anyway to access this data. What do you do? Do you have to put in a request to IT to create a new report? Do they instead send you an […]

Why a Piece of Paper = End User Bliss   Leave a comment

Paper has been around for over 5,000 years. It’s no wonder this has been the main data recording tool for companies. Business users feel comfortable with a medium they can design and match to their needs. However with the invention of automated business process management tools companies are struggling to re train and convert their […]

Control Information Chaos   Leave a comment

Chaos is from the Greek word Khaos, meaning “gaping void”. To me it means a condition of great disorder and confusion. Chaos is what allows for a small change, like a butterfly flapping its wings, to be the cause of a huge change, like a hurricane on the other side of the planet. This same […]