Data power can drive your organisation
Embedding a data culture and reassuring staff that they will be empowered, not replaced, by a machine are pre-requisites of creating a data driven organisation ETL Factory recently supported a report on the Data Economy that was published in the Times newspaper, here is an excerpt: It is easy to understand why some employees are suspicious of big data. While executives continue to hype the term to almost cacophonous levels, there is a dearth of evidence to prove the business benefits of costly technology implementations. Research by the Economist Intelligence Unit suggests many companies have invested significantly in gathering vast…
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From the FT blog this week. Sometimes it’s not till you see it written down….
The seismic change that is taking place in the availability and communication of all types of information, is represented for example in the arrival of the iPhone. This single product has increased consumer well-being in ways that are difficult to capture in official economic statistics. Many of the key consumer advances that have taken place in the past few decades can now be done better, or more conveniently, by a single gadget.