To maximize ROI and utility, the typical IT development approach tries to meet as many requirements as possible with the best available data. Comprehensiveness allows for the maximum number of functions and quality ensures that all outputs are as accurate as possible.
These are both very necessary attributes for stable IT processes but often result in long lead times when changes are required. Yet change now occurs so rapidly that the only way for your business to succeed is to anticipate even though the future may be ambiguous.
This is where a bimodal approach to IT can play huge dividends.
Download and read Gartner’s latest data quality research, “Use Bimodal Enterprise Information Management for Data and Analytics Program Innovation,” to learn: