2 edition of Drinking from the fire hose found in the catalog.
Drinking from the fire hose
Christopher J. Frank
|Statement||Christopher J. Frank and Paul F. Magnone|
|Contributions||Magnone, Paul F.|
|LC Classifications||HD30.23 .F735 2011|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxxii, 222 p. :|
|Number of Pages||222|
|LC Control Number||2011013859|
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The authors of Drinking from the Fire Hose offer seven questions with which to When you think about the information load our ancestors processed (full moon, rain coming, get the harvest, marry off the daughter, avoid the landlord) versus what we deal with (a parentheses could not hold it all), you know that you have to have a strategy for it/5.
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The book’s thesis is that the challenge in business today is not the volume of data we receive, but rather figuring out how to use it. Septem Guru Review: Drinking From The Fire Hose This week Matt May dives into Drinking From The Firehose, a book about how digest data in an over-connected world.
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That’s what co-authors Christopher Frank and Paul Magnone ask in the upcoming book Drinking from the Fire Hose: Making Smarter Decisions Without Drowning in Information (due September 1, ). The following are some insights they recently shared with : Courtney Colwell.
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There's this analogy that medical school is like drinking from a fire hose. I'd heard it several times, and I didn't really believe it—until I began medical school.
I'm currently in my first block, and we're going at a rapid pace. Each week is the equivalent of a semester long college course. BSCI doesn't seem so bad now that we're covering biochemistry, cell biology, genetics, physiology. Drinking from the fire hose of new technology is a fact of life to a software developer.
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Your heart is pounding so loud you can’t hear the Fire Captain screaming at you. Sweat is dripping down your back and your legs are shaking from the heavy bunker gear you are wearing. Your mind is telling to give up, just stop and go home.
Your new-hires are “drinking from the fire-hose,” overwhelmed by varied topics they need to learn: product knowledge, sales support tools such as CRM, and your company’s policies and procedures.
You have probably heard the expression ‘drinking from the fire hose’, and folks often use that expression when they finish a seminar or training class ‘man, I feel like I have been drinking from a fire hose.’ If you have ever tried getting a drink from a garden hose, then you know what they mean.
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We decided to try to do one thing really well. Instead of drowning from the fire hose, we decided to tackle one initiative at a time, and to.
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I work with restaurant owners and chefs to help them realize new levels of success. In many ways, we bring the business side to the food world. We create strategic tool sets and implement game plans to the restaurant business. Having grown up in the rank and file of the restaurant industry I know the feeling.
Drinking from the Fire Hose. Information, information, information, and yet more information. Being in business school is being in a wash of information. Processing and reading this information is somewhat like being a contestant on Stanley Spadowski’s variety show on UHF.
Case readings, regular readings, book readings where does one find. Drinking from a Fire Hose. Snapshots of C&MA Council By Peter Burgo. My arrival in Louisville two days before the start of the C&MA’s General Council was predictably chaotic.
My mind was racing with the logistics of setting up a booth, attending committee meetings, gathering stories, executing worship services and—oh, yes—promoting. Over the course of the last 10 months I’ve gotten a sneak peek at the title (Drinking from the Fire Hose) and its contents (based on a proof copy Chris sent me last month).
Now the book, a clarion call for smart effective data use—not just more data, is officially available for sale. This is like facebook updates without Facebook -> But Claudia seems to think there is something to this -> Wow, these teachers are sharing great links -> I can’t miss a tweet, need to read them all -> I’m drinking from a fire hose, this is too much -> hey, I can narrow this by following a list in Tweetdeck -> and hey, I can follow a hashtag.
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