One of the major problems faced by many companies is the lack of control deriving from a lack of knowledge or low reliability in the critical variables (finance, sales, operations…), a shortage of tools and very little capacity to interpret the data available.
This absence of control leads to feeling overwhelmed and constant anguish. Moreover, it generates impulsive and improvised behaviours inherent to a culture that reacts to problems as opposed to being able to anticipate them as should be done within companies.
Introducing control where there is none is slow, tedious and complex work. Control is, however, essential if you want to take hold of the reigns of the company, understand the reality and be able to make grounded decisions.