Are you choosing to lose in a data-driven world?

Are you choosing to lose in a data-driven world?

If data is a more valuable resource than oil in today's world, there seems to be a concerted effort not to leverage information, and instead under invest and focus more on small transactional improvements.

10/12/2017

Minimum viable operations: Failure IS an option in a networked world

Minimum viable operations: Failure IS an option in a networked world

In the world of ever more complex systems there is nothing more fragile than an attempt to make nothing fail. A system that assumes that everything must work is a system designed to fail. The importance of designing for failure...

10/05/2017

Did Nicolas Cage cause swimming pool drownings?

Did Nicolas Cage cause swimming pool drownings?

How to avoid confirmation bias and the mistake of equating correlation with causation when analyzing big data.

03/01/2017

Data science is easy; making it work is hard

Data science is easy; making it work is hard

Delivering value from data science can be achieved by asking yourself five simple questions.

01/18/2017

Insight-out: The next generation in customer engagement

Insight-out: The next generation in customer engagement

The new world of insight-driven business enables companies to become active participants in a long-term conversation with customers. Instead of being limited to transactional processes or an omnichannel approach, they can move toward...

12/15/2016

In big data, industrialization is innovation

In big data, industrialization is innovation

Industrialization is the main big data innovation that every CIO should focus on in 2017.

11/07/2016

The goal of big data: Making the unusual usual

The goal of big data: Making the unusual usual

Everyone understands what big data is but few people understand the full power of data.

09/22/2016

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