Saturday, August 2, 2008

About problems and resistance to adopt EDM

This week, James Taylor (Smart Enough Systems) wrote in his blog, a very nice post called The empire has less staff,about problems and resistance to adopt Enterprise Decision Management(EDM). He starts the post mentioning a comment (also interesting) that one reader did in his previous post: Here’s how to get started with decision management, and develops his thoughts about this issue.

He finished the post with a good statement:
"EDM is a great approach but it needs the same kind of organizational readiness and flexibility that any new development approach does and it can be limited by the politics and performance measurement systems that are in place.You can, and should, “think global, act local” and get started with a focused EDM project because success will make the necessary organizational change easier."

Very nice post about the founded barriers to implement EDM in the companies.

For those interested in Enterprise Decision Management, James Taylor and Neil Raden, his partner on Smart Enough Systems, wrote an exceptional book:

Smart Enough Systems: How to Deliver Competitive Advantage by Automating Hidden Decisions

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