Analytics
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Zero Latency: An Obsession with Velocity

paulbarsch - June 8, 2011

Vendors often promise some derivative of the term “faster” in marketing and sales literature (i.e. faster decisions, quicker time to…

Analytics
1287 views

Why Predicting the Future is So Darn Difficult

paulbarsch - March 28, 2011

Predicting the future is difficult—just ask George Soros.  While Soros is often celebrated for the $1 billion profit he made…

Business Intelligence
1157 views

The Go/No-Go Decision Pattern

Trevor Lohrbeer - November 10, 2010

Should you accept a new project a potential customer is offering you? Should you hire an assistant? Should you buy…

Business Intelligence
831 views

A Pattern Language for Decision-Making

Trevor Lohrbeer - November 9, 2010

Pattern languages have become all the rage. Why? Because they help codify best practices and provide a vocabulary to talk…

Data Quality
951 views

DQ-View: From Data to Decision

JimHarris - November 9, 2010

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Business Intelligence
1666 views

Hidden Decision Trees – A Better Approach to Scoring

vincentg64 - October 4, 2010

Hidden Decision Trees is a statistical and data mining methodology (just like logistic regression, SVM, neural networks or decision trees)…

Business Intelligence
848 views

How Will We Make Decisions in the Future?

SDC Editor - September 22, 2010

How will we make decisions in the future? Bruno Aziza, Worldwide Lead Strategist for Microsoft’s Business Intelligence group culled the…

Business Intelligence
807 views

Why thinking about decisions should be a BI best practice

JamesTaylor - September 10, 2010

I was struck today by a short but effective Information Builders PowerPoint – Four Worst and Four Best Practices in…

Data Quality
884 views

The Data-Decision Symphony

JimHarris - August 31, 2010

As I have explained in previous blog posts, I am almost as obsessive-compulsive about literature and philosophy as I am…

Uncategorized
1143 views

Dilbert, Data and Decision-making

JamesTaylor - August 24, 2010

So the question you need to ask yourselves is this – how much like Dilbert’s company do I want my…