Are there certain behaviors or characteristics that consistently lead to greater success in the use of analytics? It's a rather simple question, but it can have powerful implications on how an organization makes decisions.
Based on a Bloomberg Businessweek Research Services survey of 930 respondents from across the globe, this white paper explores why some companies are more effective users of business analytics than others.
- Ten common characteristics of effective analytical organizations.
- How to most effectively employ business analytics in your organizational decision making.
- How to balance intuition-based experience and data-based analytics.