Maybe it’s because I am a pragmatic person by nature. Added to that my belief that you should be a master of your tech, not a slave to it. And what comes out the other end is that I think you need to be pragmatic when making decisions on what you want to implement or not. With a big nod to “or not”
One of the rabbit holes that technologists can fall into is that we want to see people implement technology because it’s the solution we recommend is the cleaner cooler neater way of doing a job. We sometimes forget its not always the smarter thing to do.
So, while the ideal would be to have one dashboard tool where everything rolls up into it to have a consolidated view or views. I know that most people don’t. And for good reasons. I would like to explore some of these today.
Yet, the minute we pick one dashboard tool to rule them all, a new need for data would arise. Our data management is something that needs to evolve as our business evolves. Rather than look to one tool to rule them all, we need to look at consolidating rules to govern our data use.
In my latest blog post I consider some of the reasons why you might not be looking to find a tool where you can create all your dashboards.
>> Head over to the blog post to hear more!
What do you think? What are some of the reasons you would hesitate to implement a tool that could host all your dashboards under one roof? Hit reply and let me know.