Christian Madsbjerg discusses Sensemaking and Big Data with host Kenneth Cuvier in this segment of The Economist Radio.
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Christian Madsbjerg discusses Sensemaking and Big Data in this segment of The Economist Radio.
There's a cultural bias in business, tech and otherwise, against any information that can't be quantified—that is "soft," subjective, fuzzy. [...] But it is where good ideas come from—and while the data it relies on may not be reducible to numbers, there is actually nothing "fuzzy" about it.
The best CEOs can read a novel and a spreadsheet, Madsbjerg writes, while his overarching message is that we should not forget that companies are made up of people and their customers are people, too.