Monthly Archives: November 2011


What’s the first thing you do mentally when viewing a table of data? Most of us instinctively and immediately search for the primary meaning within the data – a trend, an exceptionally unique data point, differences in subsets of the … Continue reading

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How do you think best?

Most of us would recognize that thinking is one of our job responsibilities. Why of course. That’s so obvious it’s not even worth pausing to consider. But if we actually do pause and consider it, we might conclude that thinking … Continue reading

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