Accommodating other cultures in business
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Business intelligence projects may also fail because of poor organization, as the quality of an organization with its office politics can also be worse than anyone would like to think.
It is not rocket science to conclude this, yet far too many BI projects fail because of a mismatch between the BI approach and the organizations culture.
Even though there are many diverse cultures on different levels, it seems as though excuses when things go wrong can be quite universal. But given different cultures, one better learn how to say it inat leasteight different languages.
This something is often quite lengthy, off the actual subject andprobably with a touch of some earlier experience that no one else can recognize. In the end, however, it might work, and everyone will then use the experience from this BI project when they give their opinion about the next project. After all, most business intelligence, whether it is tools, methodology, or concepts, comes from the New World the land of marketing, where the same concept can be invented over and over again as necessary.
In the end, the manager decides, and the project moves on. This superior ability at marketing is also a reason why most success stories come from the U. The situation is probably also pushing Americans to be more open and publicize how they work, whereas other countries can remain more silent and paranoid toward their competitors.Cultural differences might also exist on a more global scale, where different countries tend to do things differently from each other. France, on the other hand, is altogether a different story.