Use your judgment to improve data analysis, study says

04/24/2012 | CFO.com

Good financial-planning and -analysis professionals know when to use their personal judgment, according to a study from the Corporate Executive Board. Experts who use data to inform, rather than dictate, their decision-making are more effective and valued by their teams. Unfortunately, they also are rarer. Good judgment includes the ability to synthesize data, point out trends and use information to influence business decisions, the report says.

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