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Abdulllah Alamin
07. heinäk. 2022
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You now have your report, but so what? If your reports aren't getting the attention they deserve and you've already followed the steps listed above to keep them focused only on the most important analytics and data points, then ask yourself this question: "So what ? » No, really - so what? There is a purpose to getting reports, and each report has a different story to tell. So what's the story? What is important in the report? What do you want people viewing it to know? What should you know ? After asking yourself, “So what?” then ask, “Then why?” and fill in the blank after "So next…" Here are some examples: So what has changed since the last report? Why has this changed? So then I wihe best way to ensure that no key takeaways are missing is to share the data in the form of the story. Telling a story with the data is far more impactful than going over a bunch jewelry photo editing service of percentages and dollar signs because it connects the dots between what happened, what the results were, and what the dishes are to carry. It delivers your “so what” on a silver platter. There are even a few different studies that show a demonstrable impact of storytelling on memory. (For starters, there's one from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, which shows the impact of storytelling on recall, and one from Stanford, which explores how that recall can be affected by the composition of the story.) And a quick search will bring you loads of posts from people with anecdotal evidence. The fact that storytelling is so effective makes sense - stories are more interesting to listen to and, due to the logical flow, are often easier to follow than a data dump. Depending on the importance of the story, this may involve reformatting the data, but it doesn't always have to be a big job. (
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