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Curious about the very basic stuff a high-functioning journalist or business analyst ought to know about statistics?
Smart risk management helps insulate you from the worst consequences of recklessness.
It’s easier to give time to one big thing in an otherwise hectic life, than to try to do a whole bunch of little things that you can’t keep straight in your own mind.
A pen-based computer enhances productivity. Once you start to use a stylus with your tablet, you’ll wonder how you ever lived without it.
Given the low cost for most business liability plans, it’s foolish to ignore insurance as a way of protecting your business from the costs associated with lawsuits.
Visionaries neither lead nor follow. Rather, they see the world as it is — divorced of hype and hope — and follow a path that, five years hence, will seem brilliant. Even if today, it doesn’t.
By all means, plan and plot and set goals. Such is eminently salutary. But don’t skimp on the “how.” Develop your own list of behavioral maxims that govern the way you’ll tackle your goals and circumvent your obstacles.
Within the rarified field of information analysis, several different skillsets must be baked together to eke the most wisdom from raw data. There’s no inherent right way to do it, but there are several ingredients that are integral to the recipe — although their ratios may change to taste.
Ten quick thoughts about making your enterprise more data savvy.