Data Overload

Over ten years ago, I was asked to explain how I was using data to improve results.  How do I think about what is important and where should one start?  The presentation I developed is pasted below:

One of the main reasons for this presentation was the concept of data overload. A number of my peers were questioning the value of differing types of data, and the approaches that had been taken in a number of plants. My goal was to clarify what was important and share results from using data in the way I recommended.

Enjoy! And as always, your feedback is appreciated.

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