Big-data is ushering in great opportunities within the enterprise, but not without considerable change. The analytical tools and technologies must advance, as must the capabilities of the analytics team.
In our inaugural A2 digital audio program, listen in as business analytics thought-leader Tom Davenport shares his insights on this changing world. You'll learn how to:
- Identify the big-data opportunity
- Approach analytics as your data morphs from the traditional to the "big"
- Reshape your analytics team to support big-data analytics
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