Subscribe to DSC Newsletter
Bill Schmarzo
  • Male
  • Palo Alto, CA
  • United States
Share on Facebook
Share

Bill Schmarzo's Friends

  • Paroma Indilo
  • Albert Smith
  • farooq hassan
  • Jane Brewer
  • Ahmed Tealeb
  • Kartik Patel
  • Shikta Das
  • Rach
  • Shubham Srivastava
  • Joshua Isunza
  • Sivakumar R
  • Kleanthis Koupidis
  • Man
  • Sunaina
  • Tarundeep Dhot

Gifts Received

Gift

Bill Schmarzo has not received any gifts yet

Give a Gift

 

Bill Schmarzo's Page

Latest Activity

Pablo Gutierrez liked Bill Schmarzo's blog post Using Confusion Matrices to Quantify the Cost of Being Wrong
Sep 8
Bill Schmarzo and Caleb Terrel are now friends
Aug 21
Caleb Terrel liked Bill Schmarzo's profile
Aug 20
Bill Schmarzo commented on Vincent Granville's blog post Surprising Correlation Found in Covid-19 Data
"Thanks for the spreadsheet Vincent!"
Aug 19
Bill Schmarzo commented on Vincent Granville's blog post Surprising Correlation Found in Covid-19 Data
"Hey Vincent, it looks like your calculations were done in a spreadsheet.  Any chance that you can share that spreadsheet?  Thanks!  Bill"
Aug 19
Jose Rafael Lopez Gomis liked Bill Schmarzo's blog post Will AI Force Humans to Become More Human?
Aug 13
Kameswararao Tangeda liked Bill Schmarzo's blog post What is Explainable AI and Why is it Needed?
Aug 8
Bill Schmarzo commented on Bill Schmarzo's blog post Leaving Money on the Table and the Economics of Composable, Reusable Analytic Modules
"Great to hear Andy!"
Jul 5
Andy Vidan commented on Bill Schmarzo's blog post Leaving Money on the Table and the Economics of Composable, Reusable Analytic Modules
"Great article! We've been practicing this for several years at composable: composable methods, models and tools for everything from infrastructure to ML models to deliver data-driven products."
Jul 5
Katrina Dunkley liked Bill Schmarzo's blog post Dean of Big Data Driving the Snakes of Data Science Out of Ireland
Jun 16
Bill Schmarzo posted a blog post

Digital Strategy Series Part 2: Creating an Agile and Adaptive Business Strategy Courtesy of AI

While Strategy may not be dead, the importance of the traditional strategy function will be greatly reduced by the emergence of AI. In my previous blog “Strategy Series Part 1: "Creating a Data Strategy that Delivers Value,"  I asked:  How does one develop data and AI strategies in a world of continuous change and transformation?  Tesla provides an interesting poster child for that question: What is Tesla’s business strategy?  Is Tesla an automotive company or a transportation company or a…See More
Jun 11
Bill Schmarzo's blog post was featured

Digital Strategy Series Part 2: Creating an Agile and Adaptive Business Strategy Courtesy of AI

While Strategy may not be dead, the importance of the traditional strategy function will be greatly reduced by the emergence of AI. In my previous blog “Strategy Series Part 1: "Creating a Data Strategy that Delivers Value,"  I asked:  How does one develop data and AI strategies in a world of continuous change and transformation?  Tesla provides an interesting poster child for that question: What is Tesla’s business strategy?  Is Tesla an automotive company or a transportation company or a…See More
Jun 11
Simone Manche liked Bill Schmarzo's blog post Digital Strategy Series Part I: Creating a Data Strategy that Delivers Value
May 31
Anthony Fiedler liked Bill Schmarzo's blog post Digital Strategy Series Part I: Creating a Data Strategy that Delivers Value
May 28
Bill Schmarzo's blog post was featured

Digital Strategy Series Part I: Creating a Data Strategy that Delivers Value

Oh, the strategy pundits hate me! It’s not because I’m tall, good looking and from Iowa (well, 2 out of 3 ain’t bad), it’s because I think Strategy as a “Discipline” is way overblown.  I won’t go as far as the Harvard Business Review to state that “Strategy is Dead”, but the importance of carefully defining a strategy (typically done in the ivory towers of the puzzle palace) and then commanding all the little soldiers to follow the strategy script are over!Former World Heavyweight Boxing…See More
May 26
Bill Schmarzo's blog post was featured

Leveraging Data Science to Create a COVID-19 At-Risk Score

Everyone wants to restart the economy safely.  Everyone.  The question isn’t “if”, it’s “when” and “how” and somehow that’s when politics gets involved.  So, let’s stop pointing fingers at “others” and blaming them for the world’s woes.  Now is the time to work together and create a plan to address the “when” and “how” questions.  And here’s a plan for doing that.Step 1: No More Blanket MandatesBlanket mandates only work for everyone who is average, and most people are not average.  Like most…See More
May 20

Profile Information

Company:
Hitachi Vantara
Job Title:
CTO IoT and Analytics
Seniority:
C-Level
Job Function:
Data Science, AI, Business Analytics, IoT
Industry:
Technology
Short Bio:
Currently, CTO, IoT & Analytics Hitachi Vantara. 30+ years of data and analytics experience. Write, speak and lecture frequently on Data Science, Digital Transformation and the Economic Value of Data.

Also teach at the University of San Francisco School of Management and National University of Ireland-Galway.
LinkedIn Profile:
http://https://infocus.emc.com/author/william_schmarzo/
Interests:
Contributing, Other

Bill Schmarzo's Blog

Digital Strategy Series Part 2: Creating an Agile and Adaptive Business Strategy Courtesy of AI

Posted on June 8, 2020 at 5:30am 0 Comments

While Strategy may not be dead, the importance of the traditional strategy function will be greatly reduced by the emergence of AI. In my previous blog “Strategy Series Part 1: "Creating a Data Strategy that Delivers Value,"  I asked:  How does one develop data and AI strategies in a world of continuous change and transformation?  Tesla provides an interesting poster child for that question: What is Tesla’s business strategy?  Is Tesla an automotive…

Continue

Digital Strategy Series Part I: Creating a Data Strategy that Delivers Value

Posted on May 24, 2020 at 3:00pm 0 Comments

Oh, the strategy pundits hate me! It’s not because I’m tall, good looking and from Iowa (well, 2 out of 3 ain’t bad), it’s because I think Strategy as a “Discipline” is way overblown.  I won’t go as far as the Harvard Business Review to state that “Strategy is Dead”, but the importance of carefully defining a strategy (typically done in the ivory towers of the puzzle palace) and then commanding all the little soldiers to follow the strategy script are over!

Former World…

Continue

Leveraging Data Science to Create a COVID-19 At-Risk Score

Posted on May 17, 2020 at 5:43pm 0 Comments

Everyone wants to restart the economy safely.  Everyone.  The question isn’t “if”, it’s “when” and “how” and somehow that’s when politics gets involved.  So, let’s stop pointing fingers at “others” and blaming them for the world’s woes.  Now is the time to work together and create a plan to address the “when” and “how” questions.  And here’s a…

Continue

COVID-19 Lesson: Digital Transformation Is an Essential Service

Posted on April 30, 2020 at 4:30pm 0 Comments

The COVID-19 crisis has hammered home the importance for organizations to become more digital.  And I suspect that most organizations are thinking that just means being able to support remote customer engagements and business operations.  But that’s not nearly sufficient.  Organizations that are thriving during COVID-19 are those that have gone beyond just “digitalizing” their engagements and operations, but are actively leveraging granular customer,…

Continue

Comment Wall

You need to be a member of Data Science Central to add comments!

Join Data Science Central

  • No comments yet!
 
 
 

Videos

  • Add Videos
  • View All

© 2020   TechTarget, Inc.   Powered by

Badges  |  Report an Issue  |  Privacy Policy  |  Terms of Service

console.log("HostName");