The Right Way to Use Analytics Isn’t for Planning

Benjamin Gilad, Magnus Hoppe, Harvard Business Review, Jun 16, 2016
Commentary by Stephen Downes
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Learning works in the exact same way. Which is why it's a mistake to create 'learning plans': "What companies today need isn’t meticulous plans, but to constantly reassess the business and its markets and competitors. In other words, the goal for strategic intelligence is not to collect market information to make plans, but to use that information to generate insights that in turn support ever-changing perspectives." I don't know anyone in the field (besides me) who thinks in terms of 'learning perspectives' rather than 'learning plans'. But of course I could be wrong.

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