To start this discussion, I would like to share the purpose of this article. The idea is to reach the audience who is currently involved with the visualization of business goals by using BI software. One of the exemplary characteristics of this discussion is to expose the process behind creating a vision which sets events into motion before using visualization technology. Communicating an idea must be fueled by inspiration.
Here’s what I am talking about: A company’s success must have a business process which generates profits without a flaw, this idea is clearly understood by business leaders. It can take a lot of effort to communicate effectively, especially when focusing on a business objective. However, it does not have to be a hard activity. Although I truly admire the business processes behind the Fortune 500 Companies, it is possible for all businesses, including startups to create success by defining the business vision before using the software.
Let’s jump in, the business leader must be absolutely clear concerning what is needed to drive a company to success, this is what I consider a business seed. First, lets set the technology aside for a while. The business seed must be fully described on paper. Every detail should be defined, step by step on a physical note pad. Yes, I am talking about a real ink pin applied on real paper. Second, the Human hand must be used to forge the idea by writing and describing all of the business details on paper. When the details are clear the business vision will be reflected into the mind of the creator as a vision. Try it now! See for yourself! You must create a business seed, and plant it in your mind to start the process of business success. Third, After the details are written down the idea can be transcribed to the next media format of your choice. Keep the paper copy in a safe place.
Generally speaking, the process of visualization must be simple to convey a business idea with precision. Business leaders are learners: from books, past success, failures and from life itself. Nevertheless, the visualization process is amplified by using the tools which are natural such as hands, pens, and paper.
Keep it simple for success.
ED MAC AUDIO, 436 MEDIA INC