Author Archives: Eugen Oetringer

About Eugen Oetringer

Driven to find Simple Solutions to Complex Challenges. Especially interested when earlier improvement attempts have delivered insufficient results.

Solving Tough Problems at their Root Cause: Business Intelligence―Big Data―Analytics

Does your organization want to avoid high-impact traps? A field through which this is possible is that of Business Intelligence (BI). No doubt, the highest-impact trap of this field is this one: How can executives, managers and professionals make the … Continue reading

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Solving Tough Problems at their Root Cause: The Essence

After the extended introductory blog post of this highly complex challenge, let’s capture the essence of this call to action in a short post: We have best practices, tools and experts for virtually any field. Where are those ensuring that … Continue reading

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Solving Tough Problems at their Root Cause: Call to Action

Do you recognize the following? For almost two decades, we have been trying to adjust our organisations to the challenges of today’s world. We experience the consequences of this as ongoing cost-saving pressures, burnouts and layoffs of productive employees. This cannot … Continue reading

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