Data driven decision making and the HiPPO in the room

John Leonard
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Despite paying lip service to DDDM many executives would still rather rely on their own gut instinct

Numerology, entrails, tea leaves, astrology, Tarot cards and mystic seers are all used to support decision making. Do they work? Well, probably best not to tempt fate by casting aspersions, but whe...

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