Cultural Context Helps Explain Why World Leaders Have Such Different Responses to Coronavirus Pandemic Data It’s early-May in South Korea. After months of combatting Covid-19, the streets of Seoul and Busan are coming back to life. Infection rates are down and the government is relaxing social-distancing guidelines. Korean scientists, government, and business leaders are cautiouslyContinue reading “Same Data, Different Stories – What Gives?”
The Covid-19 pandemic is exposing all sorts of revelations about life and work in today’s society. Here’s one that’s becoming clearer by the day:
The world is not as “data-driven” as we think it is – not even close.
As a co-founder of a data analytics company, I am fascinated by the way Covid-19 is giving the world an unprecedented window into how modern society uses data. Today, we like to think of ourselves as a highly data-driven society, but that is true in only a vanishingly small subset of situations. Most of the time we flounder at best.
Talking K-Pop, Incorta’s Founding Story, and Context-Aware Data With Some of The Most Inquisitive and Insightful Minds in Enterprise Technology Disclaimer: The quotes below are lightly edited for length and clarity. Last week, I had the great honor of joining Brian Solis (@briansolis) and Nicole France (@lnfrance) on DisrupTV (@DisrupTVShow) Episode 194 with Vala AfsharContinue reading “Pinch Me: My First Guest Appearance On DisrupTV”
Disclaimers: (1) This piece is an exploration of considerations to factor into data analysis to arrive at the most effective interpretation of that data. I am not an epidemiologist. (2) This piece is also slightly longer than usual, but it’s a topic that strikes close to home and so I wanted to explore the ideasContinue reading “What the Covid-19 Charts Won’t Tell You About South Korea”