Anyone who says 'to measure is to know' can count on a consensual nod. Except for the carpenter. In all likelihood, he or she parries with 'to measure is to measure'. We recommend a visit to the carpenter before deploying Power BI. Measuring is easy, but knowing does not automatically result from that.
Good staff is always hard to find. But in the current labor market we are happy if we have people at all. This is noticeable in the workplace. The rate of staff turnover is high and the motivation low. Errors due to carelessness are increasing. Quality problems take up time. Training budgets seem to evaporate and certified people are gone before you have earned the course back. Can you solve this with automation?