Companies that incorporate DevOps practices get more done. It is as simple as that. The technical benefits include continuous delivery, easier management, easier to manage, and faster problem-solving. In addition to this, there are cultural benefits like more productive teams, better employee engagement, and better development…Continue
Added by Amit Dogra on June 21, 2021 at 7:30pm — No Comments
(I will give you a hint. It’s in the name.)
This post is intended as a response to an interesting discussion on…Continue
Added by Lucas Finco on November 25, 2019 at 8:30am — No Comments
We live in a world awash with data. From sensor data to website data, to fitness data, nearly every aspect of our lives is quantified. And digging into the numbers helps us better understand ourselves, our neighbors, and our world.
For organizations, this can yield a huge competitive advantage—if they can see and understand their data. And that’s why many are adopting a culture of self-service analytics.
In this culture, data plays a central role in every major conversation.…Continue
By Greta Roberts, CEO, Talent Analytics, Corp.
Imagine that Chris wants to buy a house and needs a mortgage. He applies online and is sent an email by an intern asking to schedule time to discuss his interest. The intern conducts the initial screening conversation, they schedule him for an in person interview during which time he is interviewed by quite a few folks who ask many questions.…Continue
Added by Mike Kennedy on December 11, 2015 at 12:00pm — No Comments
Greta Roberts, CEO
Talent Analytics, Corp.
Human Resources Feels Pressure to Begin Using Predictive Analytics
Today’s business executives are increasingly applying pressure to their Human Resources departments to “use predictive analytics”. This pressure isn’t unique to Human Resources as these same business leaders are similarly pressuring Sales, Customer Service,…
Added by Mike Kennedy on October 29, 2015 at 11:30am — No Comments
Over the course of a startup’s lifetime, a company can face a range of data challenges. In the beginning, startup founders do most analysis themselves using tools like Google Analytics. As a company grows, business and product leaders often have analytical questions that these tools—and busy executives—can’t answer.
For many companies, reaching this point is a signal to start building an analytics team. But who do you hire? An analyst might be able to deliver value right away, but…Continue
Added by Derek Steer on January 29, 2015 at 7:30am — No Comments
Program Chair, Predictive Analytics World for Workforce
What is an employer’s most business-critical corporate process? At or near the top of this list has…Continue
Pasha Roberts, Chief Scientist
Greta Roberts, CEO
Digging into a cross-industry study of analytics professionals, we identify four distinct patterns of how these workers spend their week: (1)…Continue