DS 4 Summary

Reference: Data Series

Reference: Data Series 4—DATA AND SITUATION ANALYZING

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DATA AND SITUATION ANALYZING

The two general steps one has to take to “find out what is really going on” are: 

  1. Analyze the data, 
  2. Using the data thus analyzed to analyze the situation.

The way to analyze data is to compare it to the 5 primary points and see if any of those appear in the data.

The way to analyze the situation is to put in its smaller areas each of the data analyzed as above. Doing this gives you the locations of greatest error or disorganization and also gives you areas of greatest effectiveness.

WE OBTAIN AN ANALYSIS OF THE SITUATION BY ANALYZING ALL THE DATA WE HAVE AND ASSIGNING THE OUTPOINT DATA TO THE AREAS OR PARTS. THE AREA HAVING THE MOST OUTPOINTS IS THE TARGET FOR CORRECTION.

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EXPERIENCE

The quality of the data analysis depends on one knowing what organization’s activities are supposed to be from a rational or logical viewpoint.

From the body of actual current data on the organization one spots the outpoints for a DATA ANALYSIS.

One assigns the outpoints to the whole as a SITUATION ANALYSIS.

One uses his admin know-how and expertise to repair the most aberrated subsection.

One gets a functioning organization that runs closer to the ideal.

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DEFINITIONS

SITUATION—The broad general scene on which a body of current data exists. 

DATA—Facts, graphs, statements, decisions, actions, descriptions, which are supposedly true. 

OUTPOINT— Any one datum that is offered as true that is in fact found to be illogical when compared to the 5 primary points of illogic. 

PLUSPOINT—A datum of truth when found to be true compared to the 5 points.

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