Who is at fault?

When companies face a risky situation, the normal business practice is that senior managers end up with a graph that nobody understands. The resulting data is compiled from a mixture of complicated analyses that do not diagnose the problem or provide a way to a solution. Such analyses usually further complicate the situation.

Who is at fault?

Are they the employees, the customers, the market conditions, the competition, or the top management?

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