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We are many. Can we be as one?

My Price and Value post earlier this week seems to have struck chords with some performance analysts. The post has become one of the most read posts on Clyde Street and there were some important exchanges on Twitter. I have been reflecting on these responses and this is a follow up post. The title of this post comes from the lyrics of an Australian song ... We are one, but we are many And from all the lands on earth we come ... I am, you are, we are ... I am sorry about my naivety in using these but they do resonate with me...

Price and Value as a Performance Analyst

Background This post what I think Mark Upton calls a fragment. It is my attempt to pull together some strands in a debate I need to explore. It is a debate about valuing people not pricing them. I have an apology to make at the outset. In a post written yesterday,  I mentioned that I had been discussing internships with the Australian Catholic University’s  2018 cohort of the Graduate Certificate in Performance Analysis course. I did not make it explicit (hence my apology) that it was a lively discussion and I used the word 'slavery' and talked about 'minimum living wages'. It started with...