Sexy job, sense of humor, slogan
By Peter Horner
They already have the sexiest job of the 21st century according to a Harvard Business Review article by Tom Davenport and D.J. Patil. Now, it turns out, data scientists also have a great sense of humor. Who knew?
Supply Chain Management: New math, big data
Across the supply chain, manufacturers and retailers are exploiting the "vital raw material of the information economy."
Value Added Analysis: Business forecasting effectiveness
Should accuracy be an organization's biggest concern?
Executive Edge: Executive briefing on simulation in strategic forecasting
Simulation forecasts have several important advantages over single point estimates.
Risk in revenue management
Acknowledging risk's existence and knowing how to minimize it.
Predictive Markets: Predicting the rise of prediction markets
Social analytic tool taps into the “wisdom of crowds.”
Software Survey: Forecasting at Steady State?
Perhaps, but ubiquitous software continues to play a crucial role in many aspects of life.
Serving the Services Industry
The emerging science of service management opens opportunities for business analytics.
13 Keys to the White House
Quantitative historian Allan Lichtman uses analytics to predict elections.
Executive Edge: Seeing the Future in Value Chain Management
Cisco’s strategy: Bring together formerly “silo-ed” teams around a shared nucleus of governance, metrics and culture.
Advanced Analytics for Sales & Operations Planning
Effective S&OP decision-making can’t be achieved without insights from analytics.