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March 15, 2011


Corn Flour Mill

Great point Katie. Numbers can only tell us so much, which can be great for certain situations, but sometimes we need to go beyond numbers. True understanding will come from a mix of both the quantitative and the qualitative.


What a great article : ) I know you are very well known and esteemed in the corporate Marketplace, Katie (I lived on your metrics of my campaign at Deloitte under Gary Gerard in the 90s's) -- are you working in concert 'with' tech orgs -- or, working to represent corporate needs 'to' entities such as Facebook? (with obvious respect to privacy)

I had a hard time finding you on Facebook; would love to hear updates about your business and research findings in this manner -- Warm regards, Amy Ray


Katie - what a great idea. All we need are set of standards from all those organizations ... each one unique. Lock everyone up, and the sooner, the better!

Richard Bagnall

Hi Katie, I think this is an excellent idea and I applaud you for suggesting it. Count me (and Metrica, Durrants and Gorkana) in - do you think you make it happen?

Best, Richard

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