University of Amsterdam, Netherlands
Recently, an old yet wonderful book came to my notice: Data and Reality. After all, toomany systems developers and other standardizing do-gooders gladly forget the wisewords of its author, Bill Kent: The questions aren't so much about how we process dataas about how we perceive reality, about the constructs and tactics we use to cope withcomplexity, ambiguity, incomplete information, mismatched viewpoints, and conflictingobjectives.A reflective account on Kent's (1978) Data and Reality.
Maes, Rik, " Data and Reality: A Plea for Management Realism and Data Modesty" (2008). All Sprouts Content. 90.