The Follow Up: Interventions Often Need Interventions

There is no silver bullet.  Change requires tweaking and digging until you get to the bone.  Be ready; it's hard work. Last week I wrote some idea of looking at data, in part use counterfactual questions.  In a counterfactual assessment you prove what is wrong, because it is easier than proving what is right.  For... Continue Reading →


Counterfactual Questioning of Data and Needs

I have been reading Nassim Nicholas Taleb's The Black Swan: The Impact of the Highly Improbable after reading a Wikipedia article about Stephen Bannon and his influences.  This was one, and it made the news clearer in many ways. It also showed me a different way of using the data we are now getting almost too... Continue Reading →

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