#### 3 Million

Number of the WeekThe number of radios (3,000,000) in the U.S. in 1924. Twelve years later the number increased to 30,000,000. So what? New communication channels — like ra...

#### 54

Number of the WeekAccording to one study, the success rate (54%) of major change initiatives. So what? The success rate of change can dramatically increase if you make use of the...

#### 123456

Number of the WeekThe experts at SplashData deemed the numbers 123456 as the worst password of 2013. So what? Usually something that is easy to remember is a plus. In the case of...

#### 100

Number of the WeekThe dollar value of a product ($100) above which it is beneficial to express a discount as actual dollars saved vs. as a percent. For example, assume you are di...

#### 50

Number of the WeekThe ideal percentage (50%) of funds that should be pledged before publicly announcing a fundraising campaign. So what? Studies have consistently shown that it i...

#### 80

Number of the WeekThe estimated proportion (80%) of data in medical offices that is considered “unstructured.” Unstructured data are items that are not easily organized; for ...

#### 70

Number of the WeekThe percent (70%) of details omitted when sequentially relaying a message or story through a line of 5 or 6 people. So what? The famous telephone game reminds u...

#### Zero 0

Number of the WeekThe measurements of a woman’s dress size (0) in 2014 that equates with a size 8 in 1978. Dress sizes have been shrinking and vanity sizing is in full gear. Wh...

#### 8

Number of the WeekThe number of forces (8) that one scholar believes increases the probability of dishonesty. What are they? the ability to rationalize conflicts of interest crea...

#### 48

Number of the WeekThe percent (48%) fewer property crimes committed in public housing developments that have substantial green space vs. those developments without green space (e...