Business Intelligence
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On ethical issues of randomized experiments

SandroSaitta - November 13, 2008

After reading Super Crunchers, a recent book by Ian Ayres, I have thought of ethical aspects of some experiments he…

Business Intelligence
717 views

Google Uses Web Searches to Track Flu’s Spread

JackMason - November 12, 2008

Google Uses Web Searches to Track Flu’s Spread: Turns out a lot of ailing Americans enter phrases like “flu symptoms”…

Business Intelligence
654 views

Everyware: The dawning age of ubiquitous computing | A book by…

JackMason - November 11, 2008

Everyware: The dawning age of ubiquitous computing | A book by Adam Greenfield “Greenfield’s thesis is that technology and our…

CRM
769 views

Eight Levels Of Analytics

romakanta - November 11, 2008

The number of companies advertising Analytics as one of their service offerings leaves me astounded. I also come across an…

Business Intelligence
753 views

Why Blogging is Not Dying

ariherzog - November 10, 2008

In “The Book of Laughter and Forgetting,” which I’ve perused through but never read to completion, Milan Kundera writes: One…

Business Intelligence
711 views

Using decision management to surive an IT squeeze

JamesTaylor - November 8, 2008

An old friend sent me a link to an article on the Financial Times - How to survive an IT…

Business Intelligence
671 views

E-Government: Out With the Old or In With the New?

ariherzog - November 7, 2008

If you drilled a hole through my floor and maneuvered a tad south, you’d wind up near Craig Thomler’s office,…

Business Intelligence
692 views

Focus, Simplicity and Service

RickSherman - November 5, 2008

The Boston Globe had an interesting article in its Sunday November 2, 2008 business section “Keeping it simple for the…

Business Intelligence
641 views

The Technology of Decision Management

JamesTaylor - November 5, 2008

I just wrote an article for BPM Institute on The Technology of Business (Enterprise) Decision Management. It’s short but, if…

Business Intelligence
772 views

Using Analytics in Tough Times: Quiet action starts the fight against “doom and gloom”

DarrylMcDonald - November 4, 2008

Now, I can't make any promises and wouldn't dream of offering any forecasts. But behind all those gloom-and-doom headlines and…