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Redesigning Models Using the Plan-Do-Check-Act Principle

In many large global companies, people complain about growing organizational complexity with lots of silos, scattered accountabilities, which leads to inadequate decision-making and steering capabilities. Steering means setting targets, and entering an area of closed-loop thinking and acting. Commonly we see a “Plan-Do-Check-Act” closed loop established as steering model principle. Data comes at us faster than we can make sense of it, and redesigning a steering model can give us the insights we are lacking.

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