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Re: Facts never did
  • 1/1/2016 2:12:28 AM
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You got it, Broadway! Seeing the high and mighty fail can be truly cathartic and satisfying! Except of course if that decision ends up meaning your job or division has been rendered obsolete or duplicative.

Re: Facts never did
  • 12/31/2015 9:48:00 AM
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Come on, Terry. There's got to be a little Schadenfreude in seeing an exec go down because of a gut decision made after he or she rejected what the data said. If you don't enjoy a little "I told you so" now and again, you're not alive, right?

Analytics truth
  • 12/30/2015 12:58:45 PM
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Can we see the suggested options? Also for those who's chose the analytics can't cure stupidity are you willing to put it in your office?'

Re: Facts never did
  • 12/28/2015 9:59:40 PM
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Terry I will raise my glass to that one! I have seen a lot of those train wrecks and they are not pretty for years to come.....

Re: Facts never did
  • 12/28/2015 6:53:07 PM
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And it's cold comfort when a decision made from someone's gut turns out to be a total trainwreck! Here's to more data-driven decisionmaking in '16!

Re: Facts never did
  • 12/28/2015 6:14:13 PM
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Terry I think it might be frustration more than cynicism-- too many times we have been faced with the gut being more powerful than the data.

Facts never did
  • 12/6/2015 6:16:56 PM
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I'm surprised and amused by the cynicism (and humor) of the leading slogan, "Analytics won't cure stupidity." Sounds like the voices of battle-tested data professionals!

Re: "Good Stats Matter"
  • 12/6/2015 6:11:20 PM
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I beg to differ, bkbeverly... "Insights for better decisions" creates the business imperative that ought to get the attention of those on the "C" suite. I don't disagree with anything you said, but I don't think "Good stats matter" has the same oomph.

"Good Stats Matter"
  • 12/3/2015 8:56:32 AM
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To the extent that the laws that govern our lives are derived from public policy research, if all lives are to matter, then "Good Stats Matter" will have to be the rule and not the exception. Not artificially sweetened or poisoned stats, but good stats. The laws will only be as good as the data that support them. Good stats matter.

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