Supply chain has owned the spotlight since COVID brought it to its knees. It was a global supply chain hit which exposed how fragmented the engine that runs our economy truly is. An exposure we are still fighting to recover from. If you’ve grown up in Supply Chain, this isn’t new information, it’s always been this way. Maybe you’ve started your second or third career in supply chain and are still processing the exquisite intricacies.
Have you ever created a dashboard that had so many data visualizations that users were forced to scroll (and scroll) down the screen to find the information they’re looking for? We’ve all been there. Sometimes you need to fit a LOT of information in a single dashboard. But adding a LOT of information is overwhelming to users. Enter the principle of progressive disclosure.
The importance of data and analytics for modern organizations is no longer up for debate. Every day, organizations capture and store increasing volumes of data. That raw data then needs to be transformed into meaningful analytical insights that can be used to make data-driven business decisions. There is no shortage of analytical tools to choose from.