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  • Tech Trends 2014: Cognitive analytics
    Cognitive analytics offers a way to bridge the gap between big data and the reality of practical decision making.
  • More growth options up front: Big data enables a new opening step in the growth decision-making process
    In the past, growth decisions were limited mostly to the ideas that executives could envision on their own. Today, with big data, executives can consider growth options that they might otherwise not have imagined.
  • Failure to commit: Beyond the analytical center of excellence
    Organizational design is like building design: you don’t get a high-quality structure without paying for it.
  • Making computers smarter with cognitive analytics
    Technologies that help computers grow smarter over time are poised to upend traditional approaches to analytics.
  • A sensor-enabled world (interactive)
    The world is quickly becoming a series of 0's and 1's. Billions of sensor-enabled devices are transforming inputs into digital outputs that can be used to improve decision-making and deliver new services.
  • Human brain inspires new cognitive analytics
    With its ability to learn, draw conclusions, and identify obscure associations in real time, an emerging breed of powerful analytics transcends the limitations of traditional data management and analysis.
  • Global Human Capital Trends 2014: Talent analytics in practice
    Analytics is an exciting and fast-growing area of human resources, but many companies are lagging. How can they address this game-changing area of HR to move quickly and methodically into the future?
  • Establishing an advanced analytics capability
    A center of excellence can help organizations realize the benefits of advanced analytics by integrating IT professionals with business subject matter specialists on teams designed to support quick studies of pressing business problems.
  • From invisible to visible to measurable
    Social media can help companies open communication channels up, down, and across the enterprise to gain data-driven insights and improve business outcomes.
  • The personalized and the personal: Socially responsible innovation through big data
    The possibility of creating data products and services fueled by fine-grained behavioral information, and informed by behavioral science and choice architecture, offers a framework for innovations that enhance rather than diminish public trust. Organizations that take such ideas on board can distinguish themselves through superior, consumer-oriented product design.
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