It's easier said than done to be a data-driven business, but the squeeze is worth the juice.
Phil Simon weighs in on the value of getting your own hands dirty using self-service data prep.
Phil Simon chimes in on the last five years of Hadoop with an eye toward the future.
Billy Beane attained fame in baseball and analytics circles long before Brad Pitt portrayed him in the 2011 film Moneyball. In fact, Beane was making quite the name for himself prior to Michael Lewis’s 2004 book of the same name. It’s no overstatement to claim that, as general manager (GM)
@philsimon says that old stalwarts sometimes just don't cut it.
.@philsimon chimes in with trust- and privacy-related recommendations
.@philsimon says that, once again, there's quite a bit to learn from Amazon.
.@philsimon looks at the challenges and opportunities that big data pose for data governance.
.@philsimon says don't treat data self-service as a binary.
.@philsmion says that even the "best governed" organization today isn't safe from inquiring minds.
.@philsimon asks, Rather than trying to tackle a new form of governance, wouldn't your organization do better to shore up its existing data-governance practices?
.@philsimon on the need to adopt agile methodologies for data prep and analytics.
.@philsimon chimes in on new data-gathering methods and what they mean for analytics.
I'm hard-pressed to think of a trendier yet more amorphous term today than analytics. It seems that every organization wants to take advantage of analytics, but few really are doing that – at least to the extent possible. This topic interests me quite a bit, and I hope to explore