What so good about "Marginal Gains" in the wrong direction?

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Over the past few years there has been a regular advocacy of the principle of marginal gains, seeking lots of incremental improvements that optimise the outcome. After all, the principles have been credited with the success of the British Cycling team and all those Gold medals.




Articles from the “Stat in the Hat” Tim Drye who works with Registry Trust as part of RTStreetwise.

After an initial career in academia, Tim founded DataTalk in 1996 and also joined RT Streetwise in 2007.  His intention was to apply the developing statistical techniques to commercially relevant data and challenges.  Since then he has been engaged in a wide variety of sectors and applications.  This has encompassed manufacturing, distribution, marketing, selling and service.  He has specialised in the insights that arise at every stage in the interactions, connections and motivations with people as employees, intermediaries and consumers.  In 2016 he was delighted to take over the leadership of the Demographics User Group and build on its legacy of commercial analysis.