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PPT November 20 and 21
You will need this file for the Excel exercise.
Defense organizations have long sought to take full advantage of one of their most valuable resources— the vast amount of data they collect day in and day out. They want to be able to use that data to make more insightful, forward-looking decisions about readiness, logistics, manpower, intelligence, and a host of other critical defense concerns. A new generation of advanced analytics—high-level diagnostic and predictive—can provide them that opportunity.
Through its goals and objectives, the EDAS establishes a trajectory for the Army in building enterprise-wide decision analytics capabilities that capture the full business value of Army information resources. The Army will develop best-in-class analytics doctrine, organization, training, materiel, leadership and education, personnel, facilities, and policy (DOTMLPF-P) capabilities for a data-driven culture to drive fact-based, resource-informed decisions that generate readiness at best value.
All roads today lead to the data-driven enterprise—one that is agile, innovative, and customer-centric enough to survive and thrive in an increasingly complex and competitive environment. Undoubtedly, however, some organizations are getting there faster than others. The key for those racing ahead is data that is accessible, analyzable, and actionable—a critical asset that for many organizations remains locked down in organizational silos and legacy systems, held back by people and processes, misunderstood by corporate leaders, or slowed by inefficient infrastructure.