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Hear how the wise consumer of a forecast is not a trusting bystander, but a participant and, above all, a critic. Paul Saffo presents six common sense rules for distinguishing good forecasts from bad - and for developing your own.

From the July 2007 issue of Harvard Business Review.

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Quick and to the point things to keep in mind in your professional and personal life.

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Informative and insightful

Relevant to statistician and forecaster. Relevant. Excellent narration makes it more interesting and jumps out. Have to listen a few times before can absorb and digest.