HBR Analytic Services: Learning from the New Breed of Confident Decision-Makers

As a decision-maker, one of the worst feelings you can have is not knowing if you have sufficient or the right kind of supporting data. A recent Harvard Business Review Analytic Services study found that barely half the respondents perceived themselves as  "confident decision-makers"—but that group was better off than their non-confident peers in many ways. For instance, they were:

  • 44% more likely to rely on analytics in their work roles
  • 2X as likely to have a work culture of inquiry in which people sought data before making decisions
  • 88% more likely to believe their organizations were well-positioned for growth in 2014

Learn more about what confident-decision makers already know. Get your complimentary copy of the HBR Analytic Services report: Learning from the New Breed of Confident Decision-Makers, and find out about the opportunities and challenges that come with moving towards a data-driven culture.

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