The old organizational model for decision-making is broken. Companies can no longer make decisions based on gut feeling, intuition, office politics, past experience or bias. They need fact-based information and analysis, which allow for investigation, insights and improvements. 

Many readers may respond to this statement with skepticism, which is natural and even virtuous in some cases.  Often referred as a negative trait, skepticism simply involves waiting for enough evidence before accepting or believing.

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