In a previous post, I used the Large Hadron Collider as a metaphor for big data and big analytics where the creative destruction caused by high-velocity collisions of large volumes of varying data attempt to reveal elementary particles of business intelligence.

Since recent scientific experiments have sparked discussion about the possibility of exceeding the speed of light, in this blog post I examine whether it’s possible to exceed the speed of decision (i.e., the constraints that time puts on data-driven decision making).

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