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Data Analytics Vs. Tsunami

April 13, 2018 Leave a comment

Yikes! Now that’s a visual. Maybe avalanche would be appropriate too. Enabling access to metrics and measures into the hands of those not able to answer the question “What does sustained workforce capability look like?” may very well unleash something we cannot outrun. Addressing data analytics with an eye for extracting actionable information is critical or those tasked to make informed decisions can easily and quickly drown in data or become buried in short order. Are we chasing after data as much as we are chasing Evidence of Sustained Capability (EOSC)? What data represent EOSC? Read more…

Choosing Chain Guns & Performance Analytics

July 17, 2015 Leave a comment

Whoa…now there’s a title begging for context. You may need to consult a 12-year old gamer to draw the parallels, but there really is one, so hang with me for a few minutes. This post is an attempt to make the point that while performance data can now be exploited beyond our wildest expectations, there are tactical disadvantages that accompany decisions related to pursuing an aggressive analytics implementation without a well-thought out battle plan firmly in hand. And yes, I learned these things at the 32nd level of Destiny during a Crucible mission. Read more…

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