BrandPost: Avoiding Groupthink: How Observability Paves the Way to Better Business Outcomes

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Planning is tough. By the time you’ve made a plan, you can guarantee something important has changed – and your plan needs to as well. And that’s probably only going to get tougher if people don’t adopt new tools to act faster, especially as organizations of all sizes are modernizing to stay relevant.Sadly, no crystal ball exists to tell you the right decisions to make. But that doesn’t mean your organization shouldn’t try to be faster and more accurate in the way it operates, plans, and delivers –  both now and in the future. That is challenging unless you understand what is really going on with your customer, your tech, and how people work.To read this article in full, please click here

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Planning is tough. By the time you’ve made a plan, you can guarantee something important has changed – and your plan needs to as well. And that’s probably only going to get tougher if people don’t adopt new tools to act faster, especially as organizations of all sizes are modernizing to stay relevant.

Sadly, no crystal ball exists to tell you the right decisions to make. But that doesn’t mean your organization shouldn’t try to be faster and more accurate in the way it operates, plans, and delivers –  both now and in the future. 

That is challenging unless you understand what is really going on with your customer, your tech, and how people work.

To read this article in full, please click here

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