What part of “do not cold call” you don’t get?
My guest post for ISACA (the Information Systems Audit and Control Association).
The short answer is yes. Why people keep asking this useless question IS the problem.
Data is what will make your business thrive or sink. How you govern your own data is what will make the difference.
Yes, Big Data will change business all over again. And no, it may not be what you think.
You have an analytical mind. You are a problem solver, a solution hunter, a perfectionist. And your career’s worst enemy.
I started 2013 by dumping Foursquare. Did me no end of good. This year, I up the ante by dumping Klout. Here’s why.
So your telephone number isn’t really (123) 456-7890?
You work on data by first knowing which data you have coming from where. The quality of data collected before you knew what to do with them is almost zero.
Everybody now wants to work data-driven. Problem is, you can only work on the data you have. Better, you can only work today on the data you decided yesterday you needed.
If you are a data scientist, the roadmap to Big Data will sound just like plain common sense. Until you realise how organisations really work.
Data-driven Business means data-as-strategy. Business automation reaches management. Introducing the Noble Eightfold Way to Data-driven Business
An honest primer for who needs a basic understanding of Gephi and network analysis. Maybe not a practitioner’s guide, but a practitioner’s manager’s guide.
Information overload is a myth. To be overloaded is a choice you once made and now are comfortable with.
Saying “Don’t Be a Perfectionist” is like saying “Don’t be fat”. That is, useless. Here’s some actual advice to perfectionists.
What SNA (Social Network Analysis) provides is not always what customers think they are paying for.
Tell Forrester CEO George Colony I quite liked his to-do list of things CEOs can to drive digital. And he could make a better one with me. No joke.
How network analysis was applied to political platforms for the 2013 Italian general elections, and how it alllowed some genuine and unexpected insight.