Our complex global problems carry with it an increasing need to harness our collective intelligence while accounting for decision costs such as bias, geographic boundaries, and disparate data points.
While it’s even more tempting to double our efforts or throw more people at the problem, there can definitely be too many cooks in the kitchen and simply throwing more meat into the oven won’t get you more roasts faster. I used to watch a… Read More
Back when I was working in tech, the phrase “Total Addressable Market” (TAM) would often be uttered. This was the potential size of the market that would buy our software and services. It signified the size which we could scale to and thus implied just… Read More