What percentage of decisions need precise data right upfront ? My guess is less than 10% or even lower . A big decision for an average person is purchasing a home . Having gone through that exercise in two countries – and knowing many people who have done this before and after me , IContinue reading “The cost of precision in BI”
Monthly Archives: August 2013
Talent cannot be managed
Most people can and should be managed in an organization – but not talent . And talent is not a word that should be used in a light hearted and generalist way . That is how it loses relevance . Interestingly, I did not learn this originally from corporate world or business school – IContinue reading “Talent cannot be managed”
Big data – You can start small, but start today !
I am back at Houston Airport after an excellent customer event where I did a key note on big data . One of the side conversations that happened today was on where to start big data programs . Jon Reed had nudged me couple of days ago on the same topic . So here areContinue reading “Big data – You can start small, but start today !”