Tag: business analytics

Analytics
Carl Farrell 0
Fighting fraudsters

You might assume that a battle-tested businessman with a gruff exterior and a taste for salty language lacks an inner child, but you’d be wrong. Exhibit A is this little-known fact: I have a soft spot for animated Disney movies. Now, I could try to bluff a bit and say

Advanced Analytics | Analytics | Customer Intelligence | Data Management
Alan Lipson 0
Get your house in order to cash in on retail’s omnichannel promise

Would you build a house without a proper foundation? Most of us wouldn’t dare, but that’s exactly what many retail businesses are doing today. When building a house, if you don’t get the foundation right, paint, wallpaper and fixtures won’t matter much. It’s no different in the retail industry. Success

Rikke Ørberg 0
3 trends in business analytics

If you want to know what is going on within business analytics, you can read an article, a report from an analysis firm, or a white paper from a vendor (like SAS). It can all be very enlightening, but to me it will never have the same effect as listening

Analytics
David Pope 0
What is your perception of SAS?

Our perceptions can impact others and influence decisions.  As a result, I always like to understand each customer's perception of what SAS is and what we do. There is no right or wrong answer to this question, however the response provides me with a chance to listen to our customers.

Analytics
Leo Sadovy 0
Strategic workforce planning

I have been privileged to have had the opportunity to contribute to the recently published, “Positioned – Strategic Workforce Planning that gets the Right Person in the Right Job”, co-edited by Rob Tripp, Workforce Planning Manager at Ford Motor Company. The list of contributors is a Who’s Who of strategic

Analytics
Leo Sadovy 0
The value is in the network

Dateline: October 4, 2012 – Facebook reaches one billion users! One billion people connected on a single platform; one-seventh of the world’s population.  If you assume 40,000 BCE as the start of modern humans, it took the planet 41,804 years to reach a population level of one billion; it took

Analytics | Risk Management
Leo Sadovy 0
The skeptical CFO

During a recent presentation on performance management I had an audience member ask me if perhaps I had minored in cynicism along with my degree in finance.  I replied that, with the science, psychology and philosophy I’d taken, I probably had minored in skepticism, but that the cynicism came later,

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