6 Responses to What are the Organizational Limits to Analytics in SCRM?

  1. metricsman says:

    Very interesting post, Larry. Thanks for the ‘Influence’ link.

    Many folks in social media put the tools decision way too early in their thought process, when it really should be one of the last decisions after items like objectives, processes and metrics. (I have a post in the works covering this very subject.) We often measure what we can measure rather than what we should measure as a colleague reminded me earlier today. Keep up the clear thinking and good writing. -Don B @Donbart

  2. Larry Irons says:

    Hi Don,

    Thanks for stopping in to read the post. I certainly agree with your point about expediency. It is a double-edged practice I think.


  3. Maria Ogneva says:

    Hi Larry, thanks so much for featuring what I wrote in your blogpost. I am truly humbled and excited that you find it useful!


    – Maria Ogneva, Attensity

  4. Larry Irons says:


    I respect your writing and thought a great deal, especially given your position with Attensity. It is always refeshing to read your thoughts on how to use analytics in organizations. I really respect your critical insights.


  5. Justina says:

    Greetings! I’ve been following your blog for a long time now and finally got the bravery to go ahead and give you a
    shout out from Austin Tx! Just wanted to mention keep up the
    excellent work!

    • Larry Irons says:

      Hi Justina,

      I’m really glad you find the blog interesting. I’m going to try and do more posts next year than I did this year.

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