Editor’s Choices for Week Ending Aug 10, 2012

Editor’s Choices for Week Ending Aug 10, 2012

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Article of the Week
How is big data faring in the enterprise?  (ZD Net)
Big Idea: With the hype sometimes seeming to reach a fever pitch, Hinchcliffe takes a look at how enterprises are really using big data along with the overall maturity of the new industry itself.   …

How is big data faring in the enterprise?

How is big data faring in the enterprise?

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By Dion Hinchcliffe
ZD Net
August 10, 2012

Big Idea: With the hype sometimes seeming to reach a fever pitch, Hinchcliffe takes a look at how enterprises are really using big data along with the overall maturity of the new industry itself.    He examines adoption rates (more companies think big data will…

Editor’s Choices for Week Ending Aug 3, 2012

Editor’s Choices for Week Ending Aug 3, 2012

Posted by: on Aug 6, 2012 | No Comments

Article of the Week
How ‘Big Data’ Is Different (MIT Sloan Management Review)
Big Idea: These days, lots of people in business are talking about “big data.” But how do the potential insights from big data differ from what managers generate from traditional analytics? Organizations that capitalize on big…

How ‘Big Data’ Is Different

How ‘Big Data’ Is Different

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By Thomas Davenport, Paul Barth, and Randy Bean
July 30, 2012

Big Idea: These days, lots of people in business are talking about “big data.” But how do the potential insights from big data differ from what managers generate from traditional analytics? Organizations that capitalize on big data stand apart from…

Editor’s Choices for Week Ending July 27, 2012

Editor’s Choices for Week Ending July 27, 2012

Posted by: on Jul 30, 2012 | No Comments

Article of the Week
Can Creativity be Automated? (MIT Technology Review)
Big Idea:  It’s widely accepted that creativity can’t be copied by machines. Creativity, the thinking has been, proves just how different people are from CPUs. But now we’re learning that for some creative work, that simply isn’t…

Can Creativity Be Automated?

Can Creativity Be Automated?

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By Christopher Steiner
MIT Technology Review
July 27, 2012

Big Idea:  It’s widely accepted that creativity can’t be copied by machines. Creativity, the thinking has been, proves just how different people are from CPUs. But now we’re learning that for some creative work, that simply isn’t true. Complex algorithms are moving into…

Editor’s Choices for Week Ending Jul 20, 2012

Editor’s Choices for Week Ending Jul 20, 2012

Posted by: on Jul 24, 2012 | No Comments

Article of the Week
BI is Dead! Long Live BI! (SmartData Collective)
Big Idea: Raden suggests a dozen best practices to move  Business Intelligence (BI) into the next century and argues the real innovation in BI is coming from smaller companies.

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BI is Dead! Long Live BI!

BI is Dead! Long Live BI!

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By Neil Raden
SmartData Collective
July 18, 2012

Big Idea: Raden suggests a dozen best practices to move  Business Intelligence (BI) into the next century and argues the real innovation in BI is coming from smaller companies.

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Editor’s Choices for Week Ending Jul 13, 2012

Editor’s Choices for Week Ending Jul 13, 2012

Posted by: on Jul 16, 2012 | No Comments

Article of the Week
Big Changes Are Ahead For The Health Care Industry, Courtesy Of Big Data (Fast Company)
Big Idea: A hospital analyzed data from 300,000 ER visits, looking for correlations among 25,000 variables, to identify the biggest factors of patient re-admission.  The hospital is addressing the…

Big Changes Are Ahead For The Health Care Industry, Courtesy Of Big Data

Big Changes Are Ahead For The Health Care Industry, Courtesy Of Big Data

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By Farhad Manjoo
Fast Company
June 18, 2012

Big Idea: A hospital analyzed data from 300,000 ER visits, looking for correlations among 25,000 variables, to identify the biggest factors of patient re-admission.  The hospital is addressing the relevant factors – some of which were surprising to the medical staff – to improve…

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Mark Lorence
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Mark heads up the Analytics Practice at Peloton Group. He has over two decades of experience in both technology and strategy consulting, and has led engagements with large organizations around the world. Mark has extensive experience in business intelligence and performance management, designing technical solutions and business processes to support organizational strategy. His work includes Balanced Scorecard implementation, dashboard and website design and development, and organizational models. He is currently focused on helping clients understand and take advantage of opportunities in the emerging field of business analytics.

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