Monthly Archives: August 2016

Survey Researchers Justify Invalid, Inaccurate, Results

Survey researchers, and those who rely on survey research,  justify invalid, inaccurate, results.  For example, in a Chicago Tribune article it’s stated that a 2015 Compass Group report based on survey research “is not . . . valid”.  That does not stop the administrator … Continue reading

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Increasing Acknowledgement of Survey Flaws

There’s increasing acknowledgement of survey flaws.  For example, a recent Chicago Tribune article states: “A widely cited 2015 report [by Compass] that 30 percent of Chicago founders [of tech startups] are women is not . . . valid“. One reason the survey’s results are … Continue reading

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My Comment on Tim O’Reilly’s “The Next Economy”

Tim O’Reilly’s LinkedIn post concerning our new/next economy does not help us understand this economy.  I’ve reposted O’Reilly’s post below within quote marks.  My comment is at the end of O’Reilly’s post.   “This is one of a series of essays on … Continue reading

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