Many of us who have taken a psychology course or two may remember Abraham Maslow’s groundbreaking theory developed in the 1940s involving the psychology of human motivation and emotional development. Before Maslow expanded it in later decades, the original pyramid included five stages in what is now known as the “Hierarchy of Needs” pyramid (shown below).  Notably, Maslow focused on what human beings got right rather than taking the more historical path in psychology which played up the more dysfunctional, and, to be honest, fascinating aspects of human behavior.

Applying a Hierarchy of Needs Toward Reaching Big Data Maturity

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