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Forecasting and Predictive Analytics

Wikipedia defines Forecasting as the process of making statements about events whose actual outcomes (typically) have not yet been observed.Examples of forecasting would be predicting weather events, forecasting sales for a particular time period or predicting the outcome of a sporting event before it is played. Wikipedia defines Predictive Analytics as an area of statistical analysis that deals with extracting information from data and using it…

Analytics for a 360 Degree View of Your Organization

The executive management team is busy at every organization, and it is vital that they have an accurate view of how the company is currently performing.  Imagine trying to get an understanding of organizational performance with a schedule full of meetings all day.  A department may have a report that it uses to track daily statistics, but what if the…

Internet of People: An Analysis

I recently read an article by Strategy& on the Internet of Things (IoT) entitled “A Strategist’s Guide to the Internet of Things”.  This article begins with the current state of electronic world.  There will be 50 billion Internet responsive devices by 2020, and only a third will be smart devices. The rest will be…well, hard to put into a single…