Independence and Kansas City have joined former New York mayor Michael Bloomberg’s What Works Cities initiative, which uses data to identify and solve issues facing American cities. As any baseball executive (or fan) can tell you, relying on data alone isn’t always possible — or wise. Choices are still necessary — and can’t be made by spreadsheets alone.
Independence and Kansas City have joined former New York mayor Michael Bloomberg’s What Works Cities initiative, which uses data to identify and solve issues facing American cities. As any baseball executive (or fan) can tell you, relying on data alone isn’t always possible — or wise. Choices are still necessary — and can’t be made by spreadsheets alone. Christophe Morin Bloomberg
Independence and Kansas City have joined former New York mayor Michael Bloomberg’s What Works Cities initiative, which uses data to identify and solve issues facing American cities. As any baseball executive (or fan) can tell you, relying on data alone isn’t always possible — or wise. Choices are still necessary — and can’t be made by spreadsheets alone. Christophe Morin Bloomberg

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