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All Blog Posts Tagged 'corporate' (3)

Building Analytics Competency Within the Team – Common Pitfalls to Avoid

Analytics is the most sought after competency in the business world right now. LinkedIn identified it as one of the most wanted skills across the globe. I have had discussions with various L&D heads who say the mandate this year is to build analytics talent within their organization. Over the course of many such discussions, I realized that while the end goal is clear for such organizations, the path is often not.

Analytics is very simply defined as the ‘language of data’. When we…

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Added by Gaurav Vohra on May 21, 2017 at 8:30pm — No Comments

Externalizing to Structural Capital

I recall somebody mentioning that the former definition for insanity is doing an action repeatedly while expecting different results.  Among the interests that I have in organizations is how at times many organizations make the same mistakes; or how sometimes the same mistake might be made by a particular organization repetitively.  So it is fascinating indeed when an airline facing an ice storm encounters much the same complaints from customers after a similar storm the previous year.  I…

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Added by Don Philip Faithful on February 11, 2017 at 9:42am — No Comments

Charting a Mandate for a Chief Data Scientist

The profusion of big data alongside helpful nudges from Wall Street has inspired many companies to create Chief Data Officer(CDO) and Chief Data Scientist(CDS) roles. The mandate for these roles remains inchoate much in tune with the incipient nature of application of machine learning and predictive analytics within a large corporate structure.

In a previous post, I had introduced a new paradigm – the…

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Added by Srividya Kannan Ramachandran on January 4, 2017 at 6:00pm — No Comments

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