A Twitter chat featuring Ben Alamar examines how sports analytics can inform companies’ use of data.
MIT professor Munther Dahleh proposes a marketplace for data that bases the cost of data on the financial value it generates
Munther Dahleh, interviewed by Elizabeth Heichler
Join the co-authors of “Using Analytics to Improve Customer Engagement” and special guest Teddy Bekele as they show how analytical innovators are gathering and sharing data to build loyalty and keep customers.
Teddy Bekele, David Kiron, and Sam Ransbotham
Marketers need a holistic data and analytics approach to deliver personalized customer experiences.
Matt Lawson and Shuba Srinivasan
The sports industry’s use of analytics on and off the field highlights three key strategies for success.
Managers already struggle to put data to intelligent use; AI may add to their difficulty.
Video panel features a discussion of real-life cases: organizations becoming analytical innovators.
As businesses become increasingly data-focused, it’s important to recognize that data is only as good as the analysis it’s put through.
We answer three questions about the findings in our recent Big Idea Initiative research report, “The Talent Dividend.”
What can companies do to help fill their data scientist gap? That was the topic at a conference hosted by the MIT Center for Digital Business.