In order to increase efficiency, companies must focus on the really relevant tasks in the future.
Project planning and investment planning failed because of these challenges, above all because of the high costs and the
insufficient information base at the time of planning.
Instead of solving problems in a traditional way and sticking to small improvements, companies could create real innovations.
By constantly increasing amounts of information and nontransparent variables, managers act and repair ever more hectically: the number of wrong decisions increases.
The immense investments made in Business Intelligence in recent years have not brought any significant improvements, since decisions are still made like 40 years ago.
Despite the technical and analytical progress, all key decisions are made on the basis of refurbished KPIs in printed PowerPoint documents, with obscure advice from external consultants or just gut feeling.
To solve this dilemma requires a completely new approach.