Global business strategist Rowan Gibson stresses the importance of social statistics. Calling these important information snippets 'data bombs,' the speaker recalls a recent statistic, stating that people everywhere are waking up earlier.
A seemingly irrelevant fact for many, this important statistic proves valuable to many large-scale networks. Highlighting the importance of such a fact, Gibson explains how an earlier wake-up time for individuals equals to the rescheduled programming of major news networks, the morning updates of online marketplaces and the earlier opening time for global shops.
The speaker urges companies and organizations to take statistical information seriously, urging them to actively search for -- and recognize -- valuable data bombs. Seeing the benefits of this info can only make one's path to success easier, allowing them to cater to the ongoing changes of our population.
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