An organization’s analytics-based enterprise performance management mansion has many rooms.

Business schools tend to divide their curriculum between hard quantitative-oriented courses, such as operations management and finance, and soft behavioral courses, such as change management, ethics and leadership. The former relies on a run-it-by-the-numbers management approach. The latter recognizes that people and human behavior play a substantial role. This separation of the curriculum is like the rooms in a palatial mansion.

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