If you aren’t familiar with the term “normalcy bias”, here’s a quick definition: Normalcy bias is…the phenomenon of disbelieving one’s situation when faced with grave and imminent danger and/or catastrophe. As in overfocusing on the actual phenomenon instead of taking evasive action, a state of paralysis. Another way to think about normalcy bias is the […]
This post is brought to you by the Enterprise CIO Forum and HP’s Make It Matter. Most organizations today have some type of cloud implementation and/or service. Every organization views the cloud a little differently than any other organization. Some view the cloud as a place to store data while others view the cloud as […]
Google Flu Trends’ Failure Shows Good Data > Big Data – Kaiser Fung – Harvard Business Review Quote: The amount of data still tends to dominate discussion of big data’s value. But more data in itself does not lead to better analysis, as amply demonstrated with Flu Trends. Large datasets don’t guarantee valid datasets. That’s […]
Isaac Sacolick recently wrote a post titled Dear CIO, Here’s How To Help the CMO with Marketing Automation where he talked about the need for CIO’s and CMO’s to work closely together for marketing automation projects. In that post, he wrote: …fully achieving “marketing automation” is no where as easy as SalesForce, Microsoft, or Oracle […]
This is a cross-post from Trade The Sentiment One of the concerns that I have of my research into using Twitter Sentiment for entry signals in the market has been that the market has, in general, been in an up-trend over the last year. With that up-trend, there’s a good change that any entry, made […]
Here’s another from the photogarchives – Jenny Lake Turnout – Grand Teton National Park taken a few years ago. Captured with Canon 5D and Canon 24-105.
How Hard Could it Be?: My Style of Servant Leadership by Joel Spolsky on Inc.com Project Management, Teams and Success by Raven on Raven’s Brain Employee Engagement: Going the Distance by David Zinger on Employee Engagement Zingers Gobble Gobble and Weeble Wobble by Cali & Jody The Power of the Poor and the Purpose of […]
Happy Sunday…for those of you in the USA, I hope you had a good Thanksgiving. Here’s some interesting Sunday reading for ya: Is Knowledge Management at War With Social Media? by Bob Warfield on The Helpstream Blog Corporate Culture Drives Innovation on UPI.com A Note on Systems Integration by Dick Langlois on Organizations and Markets […]