A Case In Multiple Data Representations (or: How to Beat a Dead Horse)

A Case In Multiple Data Representations (or: How to Beat a Dead Horse)
The primary purpose of using data in decision-making is to ensure that the best outcome (driven by data, without interference from personal bias) is achieved.  However, this is a very utilitarian perspective that doesn’t take into account the human factors involved in process change.  Because of these human factors (biases, fear of change, need to ...