One of the challenges associated with driving increased usage of analytics inside any organization is the maturity of the overall organization. In fact, a recent study conducted by IBM and the MIT Sloan Management Review finds that cultural issues rather than the technology itself are the biggest impediment to the adoption of analytics.
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