If you were asked to lead a conversation around the best ways to use data to generate actionable insights in your organization, what would be the most impactful themes to explore?
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If you were asked to lead a conversation around the best ways to use data to generate actionable insights in your organization, what would be the most impactful themes to explore? Here are the critical questions that are at the core of key articles in this issue.
Building a Data-Driven Culture Health Index
"People provide so much data that directors are overwhelmed and don’t know what to focus on. There are probably only three to five data points that really matter in a set of 100 data points." —Shanti Atkins
In First Person: Prasad Setty
"I don’t think we will ever get to a place where we can take away human judgment and decision-making—both for the sake of accountability (someone needs to own the decisions) and because there are factors that we will need to rely on human judgment for. "—Prasad Setty, Google
“If we’re ever to truly live up to our promise to build more inclusive companies on this planet, we need every bit of data we can get. ”—Ernest W. Marshall, Eaton
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