Free Video Panel: Creating a Data-Driven Enterprise: Real-Life Cases

A video panel features a rousing discussion of real-life cases of organizations becoming analytical innovators.

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Competing With Data & Analytics

How does data inform business processes, offerings, and engagement with customers? This research looks at trends in the use of analytics, the evolution of analytics strategy, optimal team composition, and new opportunities for data-driven innovation.
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Over the past few years, the MIT SMR team has delved deeply into how data and analytics are changing companies’ processes, products, and business models. In a new video panel broadcast on October 27, the editors leading that exploration, joined by the chief analytics officer at EY, discussed key insights from a recently completed series of in-depth case studies on how prominent organizations are using data and analytics to transform their operations.

The panelists discussed Intermountain Healthcare, GE, Nedbank, and the City of Amsterdam’s efforts to become more data driven. This set of diverse organizations in a range of industries and geographies offers a unique perspective on the challenges and opportunities associated with becoming a data-driven organization. The panelists also took questions from viewers.

Watch the a recording panel discussion.

In the panel, you’ll learn:

  • Why strong data governance is at the heart of any successful transition
  • How partnerships are crucial to analytics success
  • The leadership needed to create a data-driven culture
  • How analytics improves process innovation, productivity, relationship management, and commercial opportunities

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Competing With Data & Analytics

How does data inform business processes, offerings, and engagement with customers? This research looks at trends in the use of analytics, the evolution of analytics strategy, optimal team composition, and new opportunities for data-driven innovation.
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