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HUNCH v DATA    Part One: Beta - Alpha
NOTESOne minute to write down what you’ve observed this morning
EYES CLOSED, BREATH.      Close your eyes, take five deep breaths
PHONES AWAY.Go for a twenty minute walk. Alone. Without your phone. Don’t stop. Just walk. Go.
HUNCH v DATA     Part Two
EYES CLOSED, BREATH.     Close your eyes, feet on the ground, take five deep breaths
NOTESTwo minutes to write down what you observed on your walk
HUNCH v DATA    Part Three: in-out
TALK IN OUT Sit in your groups. Each of you talks VERY QUICKLY for one minute (timed) about your project,the client, the b...
HUNCH v DATA    Part Four: Discussion
HUNCH   is instinct.       Gut.    Intuition.  Experience.  Knowledge Sub-conscious
DATA  is statistics. Information.    Surveys.   Analytics.    Analysis.
DATA starts war?
HUNCHIraq never had nuclear weapons.
DATA          saves Astronauts?             Apollo 13     Commander, John W. YoungCommand Module Pilot, John L. SwigertLun...
HUNCHthe gut instinct, and quick reactions of the Astronauts helped save                              their lives.
DATAmakes Formula One cars faster?
HUNCHThe car doesn’t go faster without a driver.
DATAallows us to better craft inform our clients and their ROI?
HUNCHFace-to-face discussions and understanding the audience helped to                          shape this site.
DATAmakes for pretty graphics?
HUNCHThe individual interpretation of any data fuels the instinct.
WHAT IS THEANSWER STEVE?
HUNCH DATA
REFERENCES                   Richard Feynman - The Pleasure Of Finding Things Out                     http://www.youtube.c...
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A workshop and seminar about 'Hunch v Data' with the students of Hyper Island.

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Hunch v Data

  1. 1. made with love and support
  2. 2. HUNCH v DATA Part One: Beta - Alpha
  3. 3. NOTESOne minute to write down what you’ve observed this morning
  4. 4. EYES CLOSED, BREATH. Close your eyes, take five deep breaths
  5. 5. PHONES AWAY.Go for a twenty minute walk. Alone. Without your phone. Don’t stop. Just walk. Go.
  6. 6. HUNCH v DATA Part Two
  7. 7. EYES CLOSED, BREATH. Close your eyes, feet on the ground, take five deep breaths
  8. 8. NOTESTwo minutes to write down what you observed on your walk
  9. 9. HUNCH v DATA Part Three: in-out
  10. 10. TALK IN OUT Sit in your groups. Each of you talks VERY QUICKLY for one minute (timed) about your project,the client, the brief, the concerns, the hopes, your team, your skills, your personal thoughts, etc
  11. 11. HUNCH v DATA Part Four: Discussion
  12. 12. HUNCH is instinct. Gut. Intuition. Experience. Knowledge Sub-conscious
  13. 13. DATA is statistics. Information. Surveys. Analytics. Analysis.
  14. 14. DATA starts war?
  15. 15. HUNCHIraq never had nuclear weapons.
  16. 16. DATA saves Astronauts? Apollo 13 Commander, John W. YoungCommand Module Pilot, John L. SwigertLunar Module Pilot, Charles M. Duke, Jr
  17. 17. HUNCHthe gut instinct, and quick reactions of the Astronauts helped save their lives.
  18. 18. DATAmakes Formula One cars faster?
  19. 19. HUNCHThe car doesn’t go faster without a driver.
  20. 20. DATAallows us to better craft inform our clients and their ROI?
  21. 21. HUNCHFace-to-face discussions and understanding the audience helped to shape this site.
  22. 22. DATAmakes for pretty graphics?
  23. 23. HUNCHThe individual interpretation of any data fuels the instinct.
  24. 24. WHAT IS THEANSWER STEVE?
  25. 25. HUNCH DATA
  26. 26. 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

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