In America’s public and private sectors today, just about everything which has not yet become digital is well along its way toward becoming so.
Retail, healthcare, manufacturing, logistics, social services, defense and even agriculture, have all become dependent on streams of data for their managers to analyze and use in making decisions — decisions that typically turn out better than those based on past experience, intuition or seat-of-the-pants reckoning alone.
That can be a good thing.
But for long-serving members of the workforce, it’s also an uncomfortable change. Back when veteran employees began their careers, data was the province of IT departments, and it didn’t have that much to do with the organization’s routine operations.
Now it does.
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