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A workshop and discussion about Hunch v Data.

A workshop and discussion about Hunch v Data.

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  • 1. made with love and support
  • 2. HUNCH v DATA
  • 3. HUNCH is instinct. Gut. Intuition. Experience. Knowledge Sub-conscious
  • 4. DATA is statistics. Information. Surveys. Analytics. Analysis.
  • 5. DATA starts war?
  • 6. HUNCHIraq never had nuclear weapons.
  • 7. DATA saves Astronauts? Apollo 13 Commander, John W. YoungCommand Module Pilot, John L. SwigertLunar Module Pilot, Charles M. Duke, Jr
  • 8. HUNCHthe gut instinct, and quick reactions of the Astronauts helped save their lives.
  • 9. DATAmakes Formula One cars faster?
  • 10. HUNCHThe car doesn’t go faster without a driver.
  • 11. DATAallows us to better craft inform our clients and their ROI?
  • 12. HUNCHFace-to-face discussions and understanding the audience helped to shape this site.
  • 13. DATAmakes for pretty graphics?
  • 14. HUNCHThe individual interpretation of any data fuels the instinct.
  • 15. WHAT IS THEANSWER STEVE?
  • 16. HUNCH DATA
  • 17. REFERENCES Richard Feynman - The Pleasure Of Finding Things Out http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bgaw9qe7DEE Damn Good Advice from George Lois http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A4s5E-xxwwY Ken Robinson says schools kill creativity http://www.ted.com/Sir Ken Robinson David McCandless: The beauty of data visualization http://www.ted.com/David McCandless Tim Berners-Lee: The year open data went worldwide http://www.ted.com/Tim Burners-Lee Hans Rosling: The good news of the decade? http://www.ted.com/Hans Rosling http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/war data “I always felt I understood women, which was good, because a lot of what I wasdoing was instinct, especially in the beginning; we didn’t have any money for market research,” Natalie Massenet, Founder & Exec-Chairman of Net-a-Porter http://www.ft.com/Natalie Massenet Gap in top tier education is failing a generation of leaders http://www.ft.com/Educatio Failing