Information in use

Flight 370. The search for information continues. People scouring satellite feeds. Airplanes looking for debris. Everyone hoping to find the black boxes before the pinger stops. Under the watchful eyes of the media, reporting mostly nothing.

“Search Teams Grapple With Churning Seas,” Wall Street Journal, March 26, 2014 A10 http://on.wsj.com/1mt370e

How heavily do we rely on information to run our business? How do we prepare for when it isn’t available? In a crisis, how reliable are the early reports? Is one media outlet more reliable than another? Is one government source better or more believable than another? Why ?

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