Register and join us as we take another look past data into interpretations and the pitfalls of using data to discover or implement your strategy.
The Economists' big decisions survey found exectuives fundamentally skeptical in their practice use use of data to drive major business decisions. At the same time 90% of the executives surveyed acknowledge they need to have a big data strategy and take a more data driven approach.
This paradox between intention and action turns out to be quite human and difficult to overcome. It's a change that requires both faith and critical reasoning. The models have to prove relevant and deliver valuable insights to prove themselves valuable. These insights may open opportunities as long as there's a strategy in mind. Striking the magical combination often puts your strategy to the test .
Join us on November when we take another look past data into interpretations and the pitfalls of using data to discover or implement your strategy.
Remember you must register to attend as capacity is limited to the first 20 . If you have to cancel please contact the organizer/leaders-Rachel Kaberon.
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