Workspace Analytics: Quantifying the Impact of IT Projects Isn’t Rocket Science
You may have heard the peculiar news recently covering world-renown astronaut, Scott Kelly’s, genes. Why all the chatter? It was believed that Kelly’s DNA was forever altered as a result of his time in space. And while that may not have been surprising to some, the story has a plot twist: Kelly has a twin brother who now has “different” DNA than him. Almost heartbreaking!
While the thought of space turning people into their alter-alien selves was amusing, the news has since been debunked by NASA and publications such as Ars Technica, explaining that Kelly’s DNA did not fundamentally change due to his time in space.
All that said, the story brought to the forefront NASA’s extensive studies on space’s impact on the human body. Now, just as NASA studies astronauts’ genes to understand the implications of sending humans to space, how can we similarly study the results of IT actions on the business? More importantly, how can we extract the kind of valuable insights that can inform future decision making?
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