As your organizations catches analytics fever—and as vendors hype analytics seemingly without constraint—it’s good to remember that information is not inherently valuable. In fact, without the requisite thoughtfulness and wisdom, analytics can actually drive people to do exactly what they shouldn’t do.
Here are four analytics-related errors that have become especially common and pernicious:
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