Nov. 15, 2023, 7:02 p.m. | /u/WhosaWhatsa

Data Science

Your team makes a model and dashboard after stakeholders essentially begged for it. You warn them that alone these products will not solve the business problem at hand and that regular communication and discussions about what exactly the company is trying to accomplish will be necessary. Then they don't use it, and months later claim the work wasn't valuable.

This is all too common, so I'm wondering who of you have overcome this and helped establish a healthier system /practice …

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