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Data and Analytics in Healthcare – conference review

I recently had the privilege to attend the Data and Analytics in Healthcare conference hosted by Corinium Intelligence in Australia. Following this, I wanted to use my blog piece this month to discuss some of the key lessons and insights shared during the event. I’ll jump straight in. Data governance and ethics Of course, it …

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The importance of data lineage

Do you know where your food comes from? Did the farmer use pesticides? Did the transport company spray preservative chemicals over your food? Did they keep it appropriately refrigerated? Would you eat food from sources you don’t trust? The same applies to data. Do you know what the lifecycle of your data entails? Was it …

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Understanding the causes and risks of data waste

In recent years, there has been a significant focus on individuals and organisations to reduce waste in support of global climate change and environmentally conscious efforts. In my blog post this month, I turn the spotlight on a different sort of waste. This is something which every business around the world struggles with – data …

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Can an organisation be data-centric without a CDO?

Regular readers of my blog will no doubt know that due to my immersion in the data-information-insights spectrum, I’ve been very interested in data centricity and the role of the Chief Data Officer (CDO) for some time. On reading a recent industry piece about the role of the CDO, a question that came to my …

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Debunking data analysis myths – Part 2

There are many myths surrounding data analysis, especially when it comes to identifying the best ways to drive business growth and competitive advantage. Last month, I mentioned this Forbes article that examines 14 myths in this regard, with my discussion turning to six of them. In my blog article this month, I will examine the …

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The rise of the Chief Analytics Officer

Data is all around us. Whether kept on-premise or hosted across a multi-cloud environment, data and its analysis have become some of the most critical business deliverables today. However, given the rapid digitalisation efforts many organisations have embarked on over the past 12 months, Chief Information Officers (CIOs) have been focused on ensuring a distributed …

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Transforming into a data-driven business

Data has become a vital piece of the strategic puzzle for every organisation. It enables a company to extract insights and monetise its data to deliver a differentiated customer engagement experience. And yet, according to this recent industry article I came across citing Gartner research, this is only a relatively new realisation.

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Vital capabilities for advanced analytics success

Last month I looked at what organisations can do to overcome some of the barriers to tailoring data management for advanced analytics. This built on from the first blog on the advanced analytics topic, where I discussed how important data management is for successful advanced analytics. In the final piece of this series based on …

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Navigating data management obstacles for advanced analytics growth

In my previous post, I discussed how important data management is for successful advanced analytics based on a recent TDWI report I found of interest. As a follow on, this month, I examine what organisations can do to overcome some of the main barriers to tailoring data management for advanced analytics, if you really want …

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Data management essentials for better analytics

Thanks to the availability of innovative technologies such as artificial intelligence, machine learning, and robotic process automation, modern companies have access to a wealth of tools to expand their analytical functions and extract additional value from the data at their disposal. Key to getting this right, however, is managing data effectively and understanding the very …

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