Musings on designing experiences & (re)engineering complexity
It is often said that more data is a good thing. Whether that data is relevant or irrelevant almost doesn’t get talked about as often. Nor, does it get spoken about what happens after the data is exhausted, or there is no more relevance to collecting so much data. Chances are, the links shared this week will cause a similar state of personal and organizational reassessment — just because there’s data present, doesn’t mean there’s progress gained.
And a few from here: