A best practice is an iterative execution of a method on a data set, delivering new data sets that are subsequently used to improve the method and refine the initial data set. In other words a best practice is a function of data, method, process, perpetually iterated to create more accurate data, a better method and a more optimised process. More and more, such iterations need to be executed in real-time.
Originally published on November 06, 2013. Go to the full article at http://neoschronos.com/insights/putting-best-practices-into-context/