Okay, there are two stories here:
- A study by a top consulting firm reveals its customers need more of its services.
- More than half of the information obtained by managers has no value.
While the second statement may be partly true, it is also true that there is a big gap between merely having information and effectively using it. Also, useless information to one manager may be 'gold' to another.
In a perfect information world, my bet is that these managers would only be marginally more effective in their jobs.
What do you think?
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