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Analysis paralysis…

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Johnnie Moore

I’m Johnnie Moore, and I help people work better together

“The only humans who analyse all the data and then make a rational choice are autistic but economists insist this is the way we all work.”

Dave Snowden, quoted by Lee from Headshift in this post: Peripheral vision and ambient knowledge. Lee does a nice review of Snowden’s performance.

(I see Headshift now offer a fat RSS feed, with comments and trackbacks. Good job!)

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