Without discretion, data has raw power to dictate emptiness into lives. It brings victories that are pyrrhic at best. Data is a good point to begin to pause and ponder. But it’s often not a good idea to treat it as a finish line.
We offer you three values or anchors to consider when you work on analytics projects. Do consider these even when you guide individuals in your teams in asking better questions of data, thereby building a data driven culture.
We sat in a circle discussing “one thing that we had lost, we so wish we hadn’t”. The story circle that I host once in a while, spawns delightful conversation and an insight or two.
A recipe for success from observation and conversation with business leaders.
In my conversations with leaders who are making a difference, one thing stands out. Their work, is an emotional journey. It is almost always the case even though some of them make it appear easy and effortless. Often times, misleadingly so. Sit with them, talk to them and peel the onion and the underlying emotions emerge. Read more