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In this presentation, Bruno Aziza details what's needed for Personal Analytics to become mainstream. …

In this presentation, Bruno Aziza details what's needed for Personal Analytics to become mainstream.

He refers to the big moments of transition as the AHAAS moments. AHAAS stands for:
AFFORDABLE.
HOLISTIC.
APPROACHABLE.
AUTOMATIC.
SHARABLE.

For more, connect with him directly @brunoaziza

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  • Technology
  • Not because we knowNot because we want to BECAUSE WE CAN
  • Not because we knowNot because we want to BECAUSE WE CAN
  • Not because we knowNot because we want to BECAUSE WE CAN
  • Not because we knowNot because we want to BECAUSE WE CAN
  • Not because we knowNot because we want to BECAUSE WE CAN
  • Not because we knowNot because we want to BECAUSE WE CAN
  • Not because we knowNot because we want to BECAUSE WE CAN
  • Proactive VS ReactiveSomeOverall Tone: 4PRIME Score: 155Free calendar app from Microsoft for Admin Professionals Day - Sharon Chan, 04-27-2011The Seattle TimesOverall Tone: 3PRIME Score: 90For Administrative Professionals Day on Wednesday, Microsoft is giving away a Calendar Analytics application for free. The free PC software helps analyze where you're allocating your time, based on Microsoft's business intelligence software PowerPivot. The software creates a dashboard summary based on calendar information from Microsoft Exchange. Microsoft App Analyzes Your Busy Schedule - Joab Jackson, 04-27-2011IDG News ServiceAlso appeared in: Computerworld, InfoWorld, PCWorld, CIOOverall Tone: 3PRIME Score: 105PRIME Reposts: Computerworld (105) , InfoWorld (105) , PCWorld (105) , CIO (105) In an effort to demonstrate the versatility of its PowerPivot business intelligence technology, Microsoft has released a free add-on application to Microsoft Office that analyzes the contents of a user's Microsoft Exchange calendar. This Calendar Analytics Tool can aggregate and analyze the meeting data that resides in a user's Microsoft Exchange Schedule. Free Calendar Analytics Time Management PowerPivot App for Exchange - Marius Oiaga, 04-27-2011SoftPediaOverall Tone: 4PRIME Score: 155Calendar Analytics, a new application offered free of charge by Microsoft comes with the promise of helping users better manage time and saving them anywhere from a few hours to a whole day per week. While the tool is not for everybody, it does illustrate the software giant’s efforts to democratize Business Intelligence.
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    • 1.
    • 2.
    • 3.
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    • 6.
    • 7. =
    • 8. AHAA MOMENTS
    • 9. AHAAS
      AFFORDABLE.
      HOLISTIC.
      APPROACHABLE.
      AUTOMATIC.
      SHARABLE.
    • 10. 1.
      GET(DATA)
      IF
      BUSINESS VALUE.
      “60% of the information we need is either not captured or unstructured”.
    • 11. 1.
      Measure Everything, Discard NOTHING.
    • 12.
    • 13.
    • 14.
    • 15. We started to accumulate data from the structural area, i.e. how is the spine working, the teeth, feet, etc, and biophysical data plus the psychologicaldata.
    • 16. AHAAS
      AFFORDABLE.
      HOLISTIC.
      APPROACHABLE.
      AUTOMATIC.
      SHARABLE.
    • 17. 2.
      ONLY THE FEW NEED THE DATA.
      “Only 28% of potential BI users have any meaningful access”.
    • 18. 2.
      Advocate measurement for ALL.
    • 19.
    • 20. The ones who pay attention do so….
      …when they have a serious health problem…
    • 21. BUT…..don’t we ALL have a health problem???
    • 22. It’s not JUST about the DATA.
    • 23. It’s about the INTELLIGENCE.
    • 24. It’s about
      SHARED INTELLIGENCE.
    • 25. Physical Home
      Computing Home
      Web
      Health Ecosystem
    • 26. Correlation
      =
      Causality
    • 27. Rule
      =
      Exception
    • 28. 3.
      MAKE IT BEAUTIFUL AND THEY WILL COME.
      “More than A THIRD of initiatives partially meet or don’t meet the goals originally set”.
    • 29. 3.
      Start with the benefits, NOT the tool.
    • 30. www.powerpivot.com
      www.microsoft.combi
    • 31.
    • 32.
    • 33. RELAX: this is not YOUR data
      It’s an aggregate of everybody’s data.
    • 34. AFFORDABLE.
      HOLISTIC.
      APPROACHABLE.
      AUTOMATIC.
      SHARABLE.
    • 35.
    • 36. @brunoaziza

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