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In order for a business to be successful in today’s highly competitive world, it is necessary that to go above and beyond to prove themselves loyal and worthy of a customer’s relationship. There are many ways this is done, but it starts with the collection and analysis of various pieces of data. The data can provide an array of information that can be used to enhance the overall customer experience. However, it isn’t only the customer that benefits with the use of special data analysis…Continue
Added by Kevin Lee on November 2, 2015 at 8:31am — No Comments
What separate a Big data from a huge data? I have seen the abuse of Big Data being adopted by the database and BI vendors. It lacks the spirit. Merely calculating faster or storing more should not qualify for a Big Data thinking. It is purely technological breakthrough - just like having a faster CPU. Will you call an intel CPU i7 a change of era from i5? Here are my observations and principles to be Big Data:
1. Collect the impossible
With the emergence of e-government, more…Continue
All studies show that, with globalization, large companies are faced with an increasing number of decisions and that these decisions are more complex and involve greater quantities of data. In today’s world, clearly one must have access to strategic and operational intelligence throughout the entire company and be able to take actions that are appropriate for the dynamics of the business…
Added by Michel Bruley on February 11, 2014 at 1:32am — No Comments
The leadership analytics style needed for a distressed company is very different from that needed for a healthy firm. The focus for a healthy firm should be on achieving the firm’s objectives while the focus for a distressed company is recovery, timely action, and problem resolution. Senior management’s authority in a healthy firm is one of delegation, while in a crisis situation the executives need to get directly involved. And the decision-making skills of a healthy company executive are…Continue
Added by Patrick C. Walker, MPA on August 31, 2013 at 2:35pm — No Comments
Have you seen the press coverage related to my book, Predictive Analytics: The Power to Predict Who Will Click, Buy, Lie, or Die (Wiley, February 2013)?
If you're already an expert practitioner, these articles can serve to help ramp up your clients and coworkers.
If your work doesn't connect to data munching in any way, these articles (and the book) are still totally for you. This accessible book has been…Continue
Added by Eric Siegel on August 8, 2013 at 7:10am — No Comments
At the request of colleagues and clients, we have compiled a standard set of useful books on the crucial topic of how to manage data assets. If you are looking to learn more about data management and related topics, consider getting this "5-Book Data Management Starter Library"
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