Meet the New Game, Same as the Old Game
>> I'm saying that, to make a good data-driven decisions, you need good data, and good data is found, not in its bigness, but in its rightness. And that's going to take your intuition, whether you like it or not, to figure out what's good and what's bad.
>> But at the same time, you can't assume your intuition is enough.
@dave -- It sounds like you are looking for the perfect world. Forget Billy Beane. Beane is now Brad Pitt. Here's a quote from Joe Ripp, CEO, Time Magazine:
>>"I can't fix it," Mr. Ripp has said repeatedly in meetings with senior managers. "You have to figure out a way to fix it."
That's yesterday, today, and tomorrow.