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6 Easily Adaptable Habits of Highly Effective Managers
After a recent breakfast meeting with a conference organizer, I told him I'd be in touch the following week. He told me not to bother, and that he would refer me to one of his colleagues. I thought his transparency was a brilliant way to avoid inbox clutter.
Extracting More Value From Big Data
THE PROMISE of Big Data to harness a wealth of information and turn it into business insights looms large in all industries. Now more than ever, data and content are strategic assets that can provide competitive advantage. Nowhere is this more evident than in the oil and gas sector. An agile business intelligence and analytics program is the key to delivering on the promise of Big Data. The challenges with establishing an effective analytics program are twofold:
The 10 Coolest Big Data Products Of 2015 (So Far)
A major hurdle to widespread adoption and use of business analytics tools among everyday business users is the complex task of locating relevant data in disparate sources and integrating it for analysis. Eighty percent of most business intelligence initiatives are centered on data integration tasks and much of that effort is identifying and profiling dispersed data.
Big Data for Bigger Sales: Thermo Scientific Uses New Tech to Mine Sales Leads
Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc. is preparing to roll out a new analytics system for salespeople to share leads, even if they never communicate with each other directly. The company, which sells science research equipment in five specialized categories, hopes to take market share from rivals by combining and analyzing tidbits of customer information that sales reps gather each day.