Thomas H. Davenport and Stephan Kudyba
The information economy is giving way to an economy focused on analytics-based data products.
As demand for big data technologies grows, so does the problem of finding sufficient skills.
Success in the digital age requires a new kind of ethical diligence in how companies use data.
Organizations have begun to capture, create and use data in ways that are changing how we work and live. These in-depth case studies describe organizations tackling the opportunities and challenges associated with becoming a data-driven organization.
Case studies from a range of businesses highlight how analytics requires organizations to evolve.
South Africa’s Nedbank uses analytics to help its clients reassess their customer relationships.
Data and analytics promise to improve urban living. But are cities ready?
An MIT SMR case study looks at how GE is remaking itself from a traditional manufacturer into a leader of the Industrial Internet.
American health care is undergoing a data-driven transformation — and Utah’s Intermountain Healthcare is leading the way.
Getting Business Value from Analytics
Performance topology maps offer managers a signpost pointing toward smarter strategies.
Sam Ransbotham et al.
Increased access to data can be turned into better decision making by focusing on both the production and consumption of analytics.
Gahl Berkooz (Ford Motor Co.), interviewed by Michael Fitzgerald
Putting data and analytics to work hasn’t just helped Ford more competitive — it has transformed the company’s processes.
Jeffrey Bohn (State Street), interviewed by David Kiron and Sam Ransbotham
While the financial services industry is increasingly turning to data and analytics, educating its non-quant managers is proving to be a challenge.
Joseph Byrum and Alpheus Bingham
Open-innovation platforms, used thoughtfully, can expand a company’s access to analytics talent.
Big Data approaches developed by new economy firms are being adopted by mainstream corporations.