Posted on 2 March 2022 by Jeff Fuge  |  Reading time 9 mins

Donald Rumsfeld, the Secretary of Defence under George W Bush, is famous for a statement he made during a press conference in 2002 about “known knowns, known unknowns, and unknown unknowns.” At the time he was mocked by many who thought this meaningless twaddle. But having clarity about what you do and don’t know – and admitting that there may be some stuff you’re completely unaware of – is a priceless thing when it comes to assessing data and making decisions based upon it. A decision by Parkrun this week reminded me of this.

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