A look at the implications of the banking Royal Commission on the customer experiences and digital systems being used by the financial services industry
I decided I would share weekly insights with you as a way to reflect on the week that was. I felt like there is so much we do every week that could be discussed, shared, considered further. I wanted a place for that to happen and so this is it…
So many organisations today struggle with their data. The world of big data, analytics and predictive modelling is so attractive, yet, the perceived complexity of achieving a data nirvana is so great that data projects either spiral out of control or never start. So how can you get a handle on your current data, whip it into shape and start using it?
No matter what industry you’re in, you have to deal with complexity on a daily basis. From the complexity of computer systems you use to get work done, to the complexity of the projects you’re managing – it seems a byproduct of the information age is complexity.
More often than not when engaging a software developer there will be a conversation about price:
“Here is what I want. How much will it cost?”
The conversation may be more subtle, or nuanced, but the bottom line is pretty much the same no matter what: A true definition of what is actually being asked for is not very well defined at the point in time a price is being requested.
Where can you go from here?