All Analytics Radio presents a roundtable discussion among A2 bloggers who dive into some core big data and analytics themes to explore what you can expect in 2016 and what we have learned in 2015. Will big data provide return on some pretty big investments? How will the Internet of Things take shape? What's new in visualization and other tools for presenting data to business managers? What's the next step in using data to shape marketing strategies?
Tune in on Friday, December 18, at 1 pm EST and join the discussion with Tricia Aanderud, director of visualization for Zencos, Impact Marketing vice president for marketing services Maryam Donnelly, and All Analytics editor James Connolly. You can participate in the discussion and share your thoughts through the text chat feature on AllAnalytics.com.
As we exit 2015, plenty of issues are still in play for analytics professionals. Managers continue to face data science talent challenges; analytics pros are still trying to gain respect and lead data-driven decision making in their organizations; people have privacy and security top of mind; and budget problems aren't going away. What new issues will pop up in 2016?
Beyond the issues, consider the opportunities. We have businesses jumping from descriptive analytics to predictive analytics and from predictive to prescriptive analytics. Retailers are leveraging new tools to better serve customers. And, we're all finding new ways to use and share data in our personal lives. So, join the conversation.
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