Too many models ensure the models are doing specific jobs at the expense of broad understanding. Too few models ensure people use the same language at the expense of doing jobs well.
In this article, John Cutler, Product Evangelist at Amplitud, digs into two common problems in organizations: 1) having too few models or 2) having too many models. The former leads to usefulness problems. The latter leads to collaboration problems.
Want to know his advice on how to address this issue? You can read it here.
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