While it’s certainly true there are many things in this world that are physically scarce, when it comes to living in the information age, we need to retrain our minds to ditch scarcity thinking and instead embrace “sky’s the limit” abundance.
Drop the books and whitepapers. A different mindset ( i.e. hands-on experience and daily immersion of activities) in technology training is needed.
While business cultures like to profess “In God we trust; all others must bring data,” the reality is that human beings still like a gripping narrative, and emotional stories can sometimes override what seems like the best decision on paper.
With the “Big Data” deluge showing no signs of abating, information overload is the norm. In fact, this “information glut” suggests a larger problem. We’re suffering from information overload at the expense of free thinking and development of new big ideas.
It’s time to look at the worth analytics can bring through a broader and more significant lens of improving societal value, and not just shareholder profits.