In a keynote at our MDM & Data Governance conference in Toronto a couple weeks ago, an executive from a large analytical software company said something interesting that stuck with me. I am paraphrasing from memory, but it was very much to the effect of, “Sometimes it’s better to have everyone agreeing on numbers that aren’t entirely accurate than having everyone off doing their own numbers.”
Let that sink in for a moment.
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