Would Amazon’s Culture Only Get One Star?
Tricia Aanderud 8/25/2015 68 comments
When it comes to managing and motivating employees too much data might be a bad thing. Maybe the discussions about Amazon's focus on metrics and competitiveness highlights the need for balancing data and gut decisions.
Two BI Roles Divided by a Common Tool
Tricia Aanderud 3/12/2014 8 comments
IT administrators and business analysts often use the same tools but speak different languages. Dashboards can bring the two factions together and deliver business value, to boot.
1 Big Love Fest for Big-Data Here
Tricia Aanderud 7/17/2012 15 comments
Text analysis of six months' worth of AllAnalytics.com content shows few surprises about attitudes toward trends such as big-data, business intelligence, and social media.
As some cities, including New York, are expanding their use of ShotSpotter technology, there are questions in other cities about its effectiveness.
The days of easy competitive advantage from analytics are gone.. If all your rivals are using analytics, it's up to your organization to do them better
Use of SAS Proc Print enables a graphic presentation of the popularity of the US national parks with easy access for the viewer.
Jon Carter's latest cartoon should hit home with everyone who has faced that "agree" button for a piece of software or a website.
The new SAS 360 Discover provides marketers with new views into the activities of their valued customers.
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