I’ve been on a bit of a speed, accuracy and decisioning theme over at my Active Information blog on HP Input Output.
In last week’s post, I called out an MIT Sloan Review interview that advocated data delivery speed (fast data) over data accuracy in the context of better decision-making. I agree, on the surface it appears counterintuitive.
This week, I called out a related MIT Sloan Review article that added the dimensions of attention span and context to the speed versus accuracy equation.
A one-line snippet in this second article inspired a little late night, design as you type, session for me. [Life on the road]
Anyway, check out both posts, including my “works on a whiteboard” design-stream-of-consciousness. Then, consider how you might add “a time-table for each piece of information.”