Theprocess of building an analytically competitive company commenceswith a thorough situational analysis to understand both the internaland external business environment. Organizations that have theability to dictate changes have efficient managers who advocate forinnovations and creativity (Razavi & Attarnezhad, 2013). I agreewith the author that analytics influences all the departments of aninstitution. Consequently, the human resource plays an integral rolein realizing the company’s competitive goals through training,selection, employment, motivation and evaluation of employees(Shammot, 2014). The author effectively lists the various analyticalmetric choices that can be implemented by the company’s domains.However, he is quick to acknowledge that most pre-packaged softwarefound in the market do not have creative application for allorganizational domains. Therefore, for a company to be considered asanalytically competitive, the management operations and decisionmaking must cohesive as facilitated by its analytical abilities.
Organizationalleadership culture plays a key role in the adoption andimplementation of an analytic environment (Nordin, 2014). I agreewith the author that the building an organization with a successfulanalytic environment requires stages of growth where first thecompany identifies its abilities. Second, the firm categorizes itsinformation structure, data stream and analyzes data. This process iscrucial in creating automated process that eliminates middle managershence facilitating faster delivery of information at a cheaper cost. The ability and adaptability of a company as expedited by innovativemanagers enhances the swift adoption of analytic processes.Creativity is an integral aspect of management, as reliance onprepackaged software does not always result in desirableachievements. Transformational leadership is easily achieved when themanagement and the staff engage in innovations at both organizationaland individual level (Razavi & Attarnezhad, 2013).
Inconclusion, analytical competitiveness is achieved when anorganization cultivates a culture of innovation all levels ofoperations. A company is considered analytically competitive when allits decisions and operations are made in unity at all levels.
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