Jun 8, 2023·edited Jun 8, 2023Liked by Ergest Xheblati

Great article. May be one of the problems is that people think they - should become data driven.

They are, but they are not aware how much they are driven by data in all parts of their organisation (that is unless they work alone, but than they are not an organisation).

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That may also be the case, though my flavor of data drivenness is much more than looking at trends and patterns. If you’ve been in analytics for a while, you’ll notice that people naturally look for causal relationships between things. When I was doing analytics, the most common question was “what are the drivers of this?” Which meant that they were looking for ways to control output metrics. My claim here is that this is not widely known. I’m going to write another post about this so stay tuned.

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