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Ian J. Kalin, the first chief data officer (CDO) at the Commerce Department, is figuring out how to tie data products and science to a core mission of his agency: enhancing busines...
Mix one part advanced analytics with one part Expectancy Theory, and the result should be an organizational culture that you can shape.
A promotion from COO to CEO isn't necessarily a good move if you're more adept at and you prefer operations over strategy. Think about where you'll be most effective.
FCC CIO David Bray talks about the challenges of updating the agency's IT infrastructure, which has been challenged to ingest more than three million comments about net neutrality.
John Weathington points out interesting correlations between normal distributions in statistics and informal norms as they're distributed throughout analytic organizations.
Wouldn't it be nice to read your data science team members' minds so you could better understand their behavior? With that option off the table, we share the trick to understanding...
Google has made progress in the enterprise but long adoption curves, organizational auto-pilot, and lack of customization are still keeping them from breaking through.
CIOs with the business savvy, technology smarts, selflessness, and will to sponsor big data efforts can make positive differences for their businesses.
When selecting the data scientists that will fuel for your Big Data innovation and/or strategy, you must make sure you understand how they feel about research.
Before dashing off RFPs for a Big Data initiative or signing purchase orders on fancy new hardware and software, consider the readiness of your Enterprise Applications.