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Tara Hunt is an author, speaker and startup founder. She has been called a "pioneer in online marketing and one of the most respected authorities on online communities".
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Counting for Nothing
What Men Value and What Women are Worth (Heritage)
Marilyn Waring - 1999-12-15 (first published in 1988)
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Safe drinking water counts for nothing. A pollution-free environment counts for nothing. Even some people - namely women - count for nothing. This is the case, at least, according to the United Nations System of National Accounts. Author Marilyn Waring, former New Zealand M.P., now professor, development consultant, writer, and goat farmer, isolate...
Tara Hunt
Reading Counting for Nothing by Marilyn Waring completely shifted my thinking about everything. I still credit her book as one of the pivotal moments in my life (and the development of my thinking). Tnks for reminding me of this article @deBeauxOs1 (also, Patsy avatar? AWESOME!)      source
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The Insights Revolution
Questioning Everything
Andrew Grenville - 2018-09-21
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The insights industry is in trouble. It's not growing, despite an explosion of information, decreasing costs and an increase in the need for informed decision making. And it still does not have real influence in the boardroom. It is too often focused on what happened, and not on where to go and what to do next. It focuses on methodology instead of ...
Tara Hunt
"We're drowning in data while thirsting for wisdom." YES! You had me at #insightsrevolution @GrenvilleAndrew! Enjoying Andrew's fascinating book! #mrx (find it here: ) #marketresearch #datanerd      source
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Life Without Lawyers
Restoring Responsibility in America
Philip K. Howard - 2010-02-01 (first published in 2009)
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Americans are losing the freedom to make sense of daily choices—teachers can’t maintain order in the classroom, managers are trained to avoid candor, schools ban tag, and companies plaster inane warnings on everything: “Remove Baby Before Folding Stroller.”Philip K. Howard’s urgent argument is full of examples, often darkly humorous. He describes t...
Tara Hunt
I'm also halfway thru reading Phil Howard's book, Life Without Lawyers (highly recommended), #TED talk:      source