Simplification for Success - Different Perspectives

Priya Keshav Meru Data It was very interesting to see David Cowen's post - one can easily jump get into a problem solving mode when looking at a complex issue. In a recent discussion around data classification needs for one of our clients, our draft solution seemed have numerous steps. When we had originally started, it had seemed to be a straight forward problem and as we brainstormed, it had started looking a lot more complicated and requiring more research. We recognized this - we deliberately paused at that point and decided to come back the next day to take a fresh look. After some time to re-think, we were able to identify and eliminate unnecessary complexity we had introduced in our i

Simplify For Success

There is tremendous value to simplification. To quote Steve jobs, “Simple can be harder than complex: You have to work hard to get your thinking clean to make it simple. But it is worth it in the end because once you get there, you can move mountains." We wanted to explore how people and companies achieve simplification in this series of posts. Data is complex but our solution to managing data need not be complex. Can simplifying what we are doing help us to do more with less? Simplification is a key focus for many companies and everyone understands how eliminating unnecessary complexity can lead to more successful outcomes. But achieving simplicity is hard. So why is simple not easy and obv

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