Better decisions with less information
People are drowning in data Decision makers are spending too much time processing marginally relevant information and too little time analyzing the context of data. Dealing with the information overload requires a radical departure from our present use of technology and information. It will require a new mindset through which we feel free to discard some data.
Denton, D. Keith. "Better decisions with less information." Industrial Management 43, no. 4 (2001): 21-21.
Industrial Management (Norcross, Georgia)