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Step 2: answer the question "how much"

In fact, we saw that the only industry in which Thomson's share was higher than the rest was the provision of legal information (and the share of the company was slightly higher than the share of competitors).

Studying pictures with answers to the questions "who" and "how much" helped us to learn a few moments about the work of the industry related to the provision of professional information. But what did we actually learn? *
Let me share another frightening thought. Most business presentations are usually limited to data that answer the question "how much". We determine the indicators (a set of competitors, customer segments, product groups, etc.), we measure indicators for each of them (revenues, profits, costs, prices, etc.), we put them on a schedule and believe that the deal is done . But this is only the beginning, which in itself does not allow to understand what is happening. If we want to know exactly where the elements connect or overlap each other, when exactly these events occur, how the interaction between objects resulted in data, why this happened, and not something else, we can not do without the four remaining visual parts that help build the big picture.
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Step 2: answer the question "how much"

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