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For those of you curious about how we use analytics at the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, check out this article that I wrote for DRIVE, an organization focused on data, reporting, information and visualization. (January 2015)
For people interested in Lean leadership, Bob Emiliani’s Real Lean, Vol. One is a great place to start. It all comes down to two principles: Respect for People, and Continuous Improvement.
Cole Nussbaumer, storytellingwithdata.com: great resource for how to present your data so that it gets used.
Karl Hoover, an absolutely excellent Lean consultant, has a great blog on Lean leadership, called hoover’s hansei.
Some of my favorite books (in no particular order):
- The Fifth Discipline Fieldbook: Strategies and tools for building a learning organization, Peter M. Senge, Art Kleiner, Charlotte Roberts, Richard B. Ross, Bryan J. Smith
- The Signal and the Noise: Why so many predictions fail – but some don’t, Nate Silver
- Real Lean Vol. One, Bob Emiliani
- The Lean Startup, Eric Ries
- Playing Big, Tara Mohr
- Designing Your Life, Bill Burnett and Dave Evans