Beeline Analytics Workshop

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Martin Matula - Beeline, David Pesante - Beeline, Dylan Cotter - Tibco

This panel of analytics experts explored how data driven analytics is defined by using insight drawn from a comprehensive and continuous assembly and evaluation of relevant information to aid in a decision or plan of action.

With a more continuous and dynamic collection of data organically prepares a company to proactively meet requirements before they become emergencies.

Learn how data can be harnessed to create actionable insight

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  • 1. Every two days now we create as muchinformation as we did from the dawn of civilization up until 2003. ERIC SCHMIDT, GOOGLE
  • 2. DATA-DRIVEN
  • 3. Using insight drawn from a comprehensiveand continuous assembly and evaluationof relevant information to aid in a decisionor plan of action.
  • 4. Using insight drawn from a comprehensiveand continuous assembly and evaluationof relevant information to aid in a decisionor plan of action.
  • 5. Using insight drawn from a comprehensiveand continuous assembly and evaluationof relevant information to aid in a decisionor plan of action.
  • 6. ANALYTICS
  • 7. The general process of exploration andanalysis of data to discover and identifynew and meaningful patterns across oneor more dimensions.Extracting actionable insight out of data.
  • 8. The general process of exploration andanalysis of data to discover and identifynew and meaningful patterns across oneor more dimensions.Extracting actionable insight out of data.
  • 9. The general process of exploration andanalysis of data to discover and identifynew and meaningful patterns across oneor more dimensions.Extracting actionable insight out of data.
  • 10. WHYNOW
  • 11. UNCERTAINTY
  • 12. Today’s new normal ischaracterized by a keen desire forgrowth but with cautiousreservations against taking toomany risks. WORKFORCE ANALYTICS: How to Define, Measure and Drive Productivity in Todays Organization, 2011
  • 13. …The memory of the greatrecession continues to spurbusinesses to look to flexstaffing as a source of agility inan uncertain economic time. ANDREW STEINERMAN, J.P.MORGAN
  • 14. Aberdeen estimates the moderncontingent labor umbrellaaccounts for more than 22% ofthe average organizations totalworkforce.
  • 15. In other words…in this new economy, there istoo much at stake to be wrong!
  • 16. WHYNOW
  • 17. COMPLEXITY
  • 18. Even in challenging economictimes, U.S. companies created1.4 million jobs overseaslast year. PALLAVI GOGIO. “WHERE ARE THE JOBS?” ASSOCIATED PRESS
  • 19. Of the Beeline clients thathave expanded or have beenplanning expansion in the last6 months, 50% include SOW20% are multi-national. BEELINE RESEARCH 2011
  • 20. An economy that’s never beenmore complicated demandscommitment to a revitalizedability to measure the mostfundamental ingredient in thesuccess or failure of anyenterprise: people. WORKFORCE ANALYTICS: How to Define, Measure and Drive Productivity in Todays Organization, 2011
  • 21. In other words…The questions are much morecomplicated than in the past!
  • 22. WHYNOW
  • 23. FLUIDITY
  • 24. A more continuous and dynamiccollection of data organicallyprepares a company toproactively meet requirementsbefore they becomeemergencies. WORKFORCE ANALYTICS: How to Define, Measure and Drive Productivity in Todays Organization, 2011
  • 25. …think about tomorrow’sopportunities. If your reports arenot changing, you’re likelysolving yesterday’s problems. JASON BUSCH, SPEND MATTERS COMPASS: SERVICES PROCUREMENT INNOVATION
  • 26. In other words…Continuous improvement on amoving target!
  • 27. WHYNOW
  • 28. UNCERTAINTY COMPLEXITY FLUIDITY
  • 29. HOW
  • 30. DATA8 82 86,291,618
  • 31. 62 100,9373,086,291,618,000
  • 32. Vast Population of Reliable Data Statistical Significance Accurate Market Intelligence
  • 33. HOW
  • 34. TOOLS
  • 35. HOW
  • 36. PEOPLE
  • 37. The problems of business can rarelybe solved with an algorithm or simpleequation, but more often require theconsideration of many probableoutcomes and a number of movingvariables, all viewed through the lensof multiple human perspectives. ADAPTIVE PATH, JUNE 2009 NEWSLETTER
  • 38. It’s important to rememberanalytics is just not abouttechnology…leveraging analyticsrequires the right combination ofminds and skill sets. JASON BUSCH, SPEND MATTERS
  • 39. I keep saying the sexy job in thenext ten years will bestatisticians. HAL VARIAN, GOOGLE CHIEF ECONOMIST
  • 40. HOW
  • 41. DATATOOLSPEOPLE