Working at different scales and on a variety screens influences how we experience data and information. The way we behave also changes as it reflects what we are comfortable doing in that space, in that context. This doesn’t change the analytic facts, but can change how we communicate them, how willing we are to explore or question them, or even how much trust we place in them.
So if you’re lucky enough to have an insight room at your organization or space with several large screens, take Qlik Sense for a spin in it. Thanks to the responsive design and the ability to use multiple browser tabs, it’s great for working collaboratively at scale, both up close and at a distance.
Let me know what you experience. Did it effect the way you worked, the way stories were told and debated, or even how the decisions that were made and recalled?
For more perspective, here’s a glimpse of Qlik Sense at scale: http://global.qlik.com/us/blog/posts/mark-bilotta/what-is-the-future-of-the-office.Qlik’s Innovation & Design team is running a survey to better understand how people feel about making business decisions and would value your input. The survey can be found at https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/qlikdecisions.