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Contextual Intelligence

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  • 01 Nov 2018

    The body count

    If you can’t count what’s important, you make what you can count important
    In Ken Burns and Lynn Novick’s epic 10-part, 17-hour Vietnam War documentary series, retired army officer James Willbank succinctly summed up the approach senior officials took to measuring the success of military operations. By body count, the US were winning the war, and […]

  • 25 Feb 2016

    In defence of decisions

    Decision-making in football is a thankless task. Such is the diversity of opinion that even sensible action – selling an ageing player for example – is likely to attract the ire of some. Media narrative is often deliberately contrarian and fans can be passionate beyond reason. Inaction, no matter how sensible or justified, can also […]

  • 11 Aug 2013

    Contextual Intelligence (CQ): a definition

    Big data offers unprecedented opportunities for discovery and insight. When used the right way big data can help us understand what happened, why it happened and what will happen tomorrow. It can help us foresee problems and potential through correlations and connections we weren’t aware of. It can rinse our eyes and overrule our cognitive biases...