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Are You Driving Blind?

There is a funny scene in the movie If You Could See What I Hear, based on the life of blind athlete, singer and actor Tom Sullivan, where he is driving a car around his college campus.  Remember, Tom is … Continue reading

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Where is Your Corporate Culture Located?

Seek and ye shall find, but only if you are looking in the right place! A policeman was walking along a dimly lit street at night and noticed a man on hands and knees near the lamp post.  The man was obviously … Continue reading

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Making Big Data Useful . . . Creating Data Stories

It seems that everywhere you turn in business today people are talking about “Big Data”. For most of us, a definition is in order.  The term “Big Data” refers to “data sets with sizes beyond the ability of commonly used software … Continue reading

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