Posted By: Meri Gruber | Posted On: 4th February 2015 |
Learn how to get started quickly with decision modeling for success with selecting and adopting analytic capabilities for your organization. February 19, 2015 9:00 am PST, 12:00 pm EST Free Registration Organizations today are turning to analytic capabilities to drive decision-making. But with the different types of decisions that need to be made, multiplied by […]
Posted By: Meri Gruber | Posted On: 30th January 2015 |
Are you looking for a new way to think about and adopt analytic capabilities, from traditional BI like reporting and ad-hoc query to visualization, data discovery and advanced analytics? With the growing focus on using analytics to improve decision-making, it makes sense to select analytic capabilities in a decision-led way. This means considering the decisions you are trying […]
Posted By: James Taylor | Posted On: 26th January 2015 |
It’s clear when you analyze analytic capabilities that there are three main reasons people use analytics: A need to report on some aspect of the organization. A need to monitor the organization’s behavior or performance. A need for the organization to make data-driven decisions. As part of our recently completed research on the analytic capability landscape, we […]
Posted By: Meri Gruber | Posted On: 21st January 2015 |
We have just published the Analytics Capability Landscape Research Report and Infographic. This new research report looks at the increasingly broad portfolio of analytic capabilities available to enterprises today asking the real question – what situations need which capabilities, who is the target user for these capabilities, and how can this portfolio of capabilities be […]
Posted By: James Taylor | Posted On: 5th September 2014 |
I recently did some research on the requirements for enterprise-scale analytics and the challenges of using open source R in this context. In my first post (Requirements for Enterprise Scale Analytics with R – Part 1) I outline some of the requirements I see for enterprise scale analytics. In this second post I will discuss the challenges of R […]
Posted By: James Taylor | Posted On: 4th September 2014 |
I recently did some research on the requirements for enterprise-scale analytics and the challenges of using open source R in this context. In this first post I wanted to outline some of the requirements I see for enterprise scale analytics and in a second post I will discuss the challenges of R in that context. As advanced […]
Posted By: James Taylor | Posted On: 30th August 2014 |
Michael Fitzgerald wrote a great piece of the MIT Sloan Management Review this week – The Four Traps of Predictive Analytics. Michael saw me present at an event for Predixion in Boston and then went on to chat with me a couple of times. It’s a great piece, highlighting four critical issues around predictive analytics: The […]
Posted By: James Taylor | Posted On: 21st August 2014 |
Gregory over at KDNuggets had an interesting post with some Top Analytics and Big Data trends ahead of Strata Hadoop NYC Conference based on input from their readers. Three trends struck me: The challenge of communicating complex analyses to non-technical clients/partners We are having increasing success using logical decision models to show how data and analytics drive better […]
Posted By: James Taylor | Posted On: 18th August 2014 |
Interview Wednesday: James Taylor on decision management, analytics, and evidence. Tracy Altman (@EvidenceSoup), who I interviewed here, interviewed me for her blog recently. We talked decisions, decision management and analytics. You can find the interview on theEvidence Soup blog here. Enjoy.
Posted By: James Taylor | Posted On: 17th July 2014 |
I am presenting at four evening events in July on Predictively Enabling your Organization. Sponsored by Predixion, these events will introduce you to predictive analytics and will share practical tips on how to leverage predictive analytics to improve results across your business. I’ll discuss the power of Predictive Analytics, how to get started and how to scale across your organization.
There are four events and you can request registration here for any of them.