Why $10 Million Won’t Solve Your Data Problems and Why You Should Care.

The Barenaked Ladies, a Canadian pop band, famously sang; “If I had a million dollars….I’d be rich.” For those of you, kind reader, who spend their days, evening and weekends in the trenches of data with a tenacity that is equally Herculean as it is Sisyphisian,you understand that a million dollars is no panacea of solutions and […]

Build. Measure. Learn. Passion is hard work and takes time!

  It is so romantic to think the things we are passionate about are easy. We are a passionate group at We Think. As passionate as we are, developing this organization is hard work and takes time.   As a group of professionals working full-time, it is sometimes difficult to find the time and energy […]

Multiplicity … Truth through Data

Here at We Think as we move closer to developing our prototype, discussions about objective truth, perception, and reality among other themes keep popping up. With the happenings south of the border we are increasingly bombarded with messages from mainstream media and pop culture which drive home the message that we are living in a […]

The Beginner’s Guide to Becoming More Data Driven At Work

This is the second post in The Becoming a Data Driven Organization series. The first post was an introduction to a different approach to organizational behaviour and culture. The post, Moneyballing the Non-profit and Social Enterprise Sectors can be found here.   Becoming More Data Driven At Work How do you make decisions at work? […]

5 Steps to Transparent and Participatory Decision-making

A couple of weeks ago, Lisa talked about transparency and decision-making in her blog post. She questioned why in many instances showing how or the reasons why a decision is made, is often not included in the conversation. She questioned why in our adult and professional lives, we have moved away from those simple concepts […]