Computational thinking in today’s industryBest Practices
Industry Week defines computational thinking as, “A structured approach to problem-solving, which ultimately allows you to come up with a solution that can be effectively carried out by computers, people, or—typically—a combination of both.”
This is a great tool when trying to make business decisions based on statistics. It’s easy to make assumptions, but that can lead to inefficiency. Computational thinking can help you make educated decisions for your company.
To Survive in the Smart Machine Age, Change Your Thinking
As simple as that sounds, it goes against much of 20th century management training, which traditionally coached leaders to reason by analogy rather than first principles.Like reasoning from first principles, computational thinking involves taking a problem and breaking it down into a series of smallRead the article