Good-Enough Data for Fast-Enough Decisions

OCDQ Radio is a vendor-neutral podcast about data quality and its related disciplines, produced and hosted by Jim Harris.

On this episode, Julie Hunt and I discuss the intersection of data quality and business intelligence, especially the strategy of good-enough data for fast-enough decisions, a necessity for surviving and thriving in the constantly changing business world.

Julie Hunt is an accomplished software industry analyst and business technology strategist, providing market and competitive insights for software vendors.  Julie Hunt has the unique perspective of a hybrid, which means she has extensive experience in the technology, business, and customer/people-oriented aspects of creating, marketing and selling software.  Working in the B2B software industry for more than 25 years, she has hands-on experience for multiple solution spaces including data integration, business intelligence, analytics, content management, and collaboration.  She is also a member of the Boulder BI Brain Trust.

Julie Hunt regularly shares her insights about the software industry on Twitter as well as via her highly recommended blog.

 

Good-Enough Data for Fast-Enough Decisions

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