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I did a quick tally of my IM articles for the past 15 months and determined that over 75% were devoted in some fashion to the science of business, many to predictive analytics, methodology and luck. More of the methodology-focused columns have to do with randomized experiments than to other non-experimental designs. Randomized experiments are, of course, the platinum standard for evaluating competing scientific hypotheses. Implemented properly, they inspire confidence that, aside from statistical chance, differences in measurement observed are due to factors under the control of the experimenter and not by confounding outside variables. The digital economy is a veritable playground for industrious “searchers” to use randomized experiments for developing and testing hypotheses on how businesses operate, in the process determining “optimal” factors for performance.

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