What do bad web analytics, weather forecasts and reality television show America Idol have in common?
Should it annoy me that I find pertinent articles (at least if I twist them a bit) on the Harvard Business blog site? In this case, an article about how a human phenomenon can wreck decisions made from web analytics, weather forecasts or predicting the next American Idol.
Freek Vermeulen, Associate Professor of Strategic & International Management at the London Business School tells in a recent blog a wonderful and very useful story about selective metrics.
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