Wilmington Paper Corp.

KEY FUNDAMENTALS - No. 13

"We make data-driven decisions. Facts are our friends."
“Data-driven decision-making (DDDM) is a process that involves collecting data based on measurable goals, analyzing patterns and facts from these insights, and utilizing them to develop strategies and activities that benefit the business in a number of areas. We are constantly analyzing data to see where we can increase revenue. This is done on a daily, weekly, and monthly basis. Our No. 1 goal is to determine what enhancement opportunities exist and achieve them through THE PROGRAM."

Stephanie Ragans

"While gut-based decisions can be essential, they can lead to both success and failure. Data has no agenda. Providing we have the correct data, the facts are the facts are the facts."

Rick Notar

"During our workday, we are constantly making decisions. Not everything we do is black or white, or are the choices readily apparent. Only by using the facts available to us at the time can we make strong and accurate decisions."

James Rokuson

"Rarely is guessing the best path forward. More often than not, guessing and hoping for the desired outcome will lead to anything but the best solution. Instead, we must rely on the data and facts at our (and our teammates’) disposal and use that information to anticipate and react appropriately."  

Josh Lurie

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