Big data has ushered in a host of new development and usage models. Open source projects have become software products, end users have become knowledge workers, statisticians have become data scientists and new chief officers are on the rise. How is big data affecting your organization? Who owns it? Is it really all about the data scientist? And do you need a new crop of stakeholders different from the everyday BI end users of days gone by?

In this session, we’ll discuss existing roles, skills and cultural norms, and highlight key practices to overcome organizational obstacles. We’ll also share sample workflows that illustrate collaboration and rules of engagement for big data. It’s not just about the technology; it’s about people too. Your people.

 
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Date & Time:
OnDemand from the confort of you computer
Cost: Complimentary
Questions? Contact Andrew.Bowden@sas.com

 

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