Tag Archives: organizational decision making

Ka and Ba: The soul of an organization

Jay Liebowitz, Orkand Endowed Chair in Management and Technology, University of Maryland University College

The soul of an organization is made up of Knowledge Acquisition and Business Analytics, says Jay Liebowitz, Orkand Endowed Chair in Management and Technology, University of Maryland University College.

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How do you extract big knowledge from big data?

Jay Liebowitz, Orkand Endowed Chair in Management and Technology, University of Maryland University College

Partly through analytics, according to this article. Read more on the new data scientist, business analyst and movements in academia to support data-intensive industries like cybersecurity, finance, healthcare and others.

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Transform your business through a reliable deployment architecture

A Reliable Deployment Architecture

A reliable deployment system for analytic models is vital to successfully operationalizing analytics. Learn more in this article, part of a series on operationalizing analytics.

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Improve analytics through an industrial scale process

Creating an Industrial-Scale Process

If you’re looking to operationalize analytics, you can’t do it without a repeatable, industrial-scale development process. Discover what that looks like in this article, part of a series on operationalizing analytics.

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Analytics that work for your business (not the other way around)

Solving the Right Problem

The first step to operationalizing analytics is understanding and solving the right problem. Find out how in this article, part of a series on operationalizing analytics based on a recent white paper by James Taylor, Decision Management Solutions.

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What is operationalizing analytics?

James Taylor

Operationalizing analytics involves making analytics pervasive, predictive and actionable, says James Taylor, CEO, Decision Management Solutions. Hear more in this video.

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Solving business problems with dogfights and OODA loops

Solving business problems with dogfights and OODA loops

The OODA loop is a concept referring to a cycle of events that surround the decision making process in military dog fighting. Read SAS’ Greg Wood’s take on its relevance to business decision making.

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Show me the numbers

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Erik Brynjolfsson, director of the MIT Center for Digital Business, shares higlights of his research on the measureable impact of data-driven decision making and how analytics fits into his recent book, Race against the Machine.

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Nine management lessons from Terry Leahy, former CEO of Tesco PLC

Terry Leahy, former CEO of Tesco

Terry Leahy, former CEO of Tesco, reveals nine management lessons that made Tesco one of the most remarkable business turnaround stories in British history. During his tenure, Tesco grew from being half the size of its two biggest competitors to six times the size of either of them. Take his advice about customer relationships and competition to your organization.

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Business intelligence on the go: The case for mobile BI

BI on the Go

Companies that use mobile business intelligence can make critical management decisions much faster. Learn how companies are using mobile BI, why it is so important and how one industry has adapted mobile BI for everyday decision making.

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