"If we have data, let’s look at data. If all we have are opinions, let’s go with mine."
This quote was one we used in the early days of Mudano but remains firmly part of our culture.
Having worked my entire career in consulting roles, one of my biggest disappointments has been working through blood, sweat and tears to deliver projects for clients that realise little value on completion. What's worse is, the majority of times, we've been aware this was the case but usually down to politics and lack of leadership backing we've had to watch it unravel.
At Mudano, we know politics and personal agendas are arguably our biggest barrier to improving data project delivery. Therefore, having the data is only part of the problem. So we empower individuals to make big calls using that data even when it challenges tradition or stakeholder personal agendas. We've seen first-hand that following an approach you believe will lead to failure may be the easy option and may maintain good relationships in the short term, but it will not build lasting success.
Giving our stakeholders the ability to 'look at the data' and installing a culture of making big and difficult decisions by using it effectively is the game changer in delivering projects effectively as humans... a key pre-requisite to building the autonomous project and changing the industry.
Dave McCallumSenior Delivery Manager