WELCOME TO THE AGCONTEXT LESSONS LOG
The AGContext Lessons Log discusses how ‘data and decisions’ come together. These lessons are gained from sources throughout the internet and the sciences, plus our own experience in using data to inform decisions that capitalise on opportunity and solve big problems.
Executives and Project Managers alike, will find insight from these lessons. Together, we can learn and contribute to the delivery of more informed and better decision making, for the benefit of all Australians.
With annual spending on information technology be the United States Government now exceeding US$100 billion, the transformation into the information economy continues at full pace.
There are four defining characteristics of decision support systems that differentiate them in the massive world of software. They collect, store, analyse and present information.
Decision support services are distinctly different from decision support systems. Effective decision support takes both. If you have one but not the other, you have nothing.
Decision support systems and services (DSSS) are increasingly important for informing decision makers about how their world is working. First-class decision support begins with understanding exactly what decision support is.
Working with the public service can be frustrating and difficult at the best of times. The task will become a lot easier if you pay attention to these seven P’s of working with public service organisations and employees.
A simple choice to rollout in project phases could have prevented #censusfail. Instead we have the memorable social media tag that is possibly the greatest ever embarrassment for the Australian National Census.