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In collaboration withRESEARCH  REPORT SPRING 2013               FINDINGS FROM THE 2013 DATA & ANALYTICS GLOBAL            ...
MIT SLOAN MANAGEMENT REVIEW 2013 DATA & ANALYTICS GLOBAL EXECUTIVE STUDY AND RESEARCH PROJECTFinding CompetitiveAdvantage ...
MIT SLOAN MANAGEMENT REVIEW 2013 DATA & ANALYTICS GLOBAL EXECUTIVE STUDY AND RESEARCH PROJECTAnalytical Innovators — A Sma...
MIT SLOAN MANAGEMENT REVIEW 2013 DATA & ANALYTICS GLOBAL EXECUTIVE STUDY AND RESEARCH PROJECTOpen to New IdeasMost Analyti...
MIT SLOAN MANAGEMENT REVIEW 2013 DATA & ANALYTICS GLOBAL EXECUTIVE STUDY AND RESEARCH PROJECTAnalytical Innovators Use Ana...
MIT SLOAN MANAGEMENT REVIEW 2013 DATA & ANALYTICS GLOBAL EXECUTIVE STUDY AND RESEARCH PROJECTAnalytical InnovatorsUse More...
MIT SLOAN MANAGEMENT REVIEW 2013 DATA & ANALYTICS GLOBAL EXECUTIVE STUDY AND RESEARCH PROJECTEffectiveness Acrossthe Inform...
MIT SLOAN MANAGEMENT REVIEW 2013 DATA & ANALYTICS GLOBAL EXECUTIVE STUDY AND RESEARCH PROJECTAnalytical Innovators Have Mo...
MIT SLOAN MANAGEMENT REVIEW 2013 DATA & ANALYTICS GLOBAL EXECUTIVE STUDY AND RESEARCH PROJECTAnalytics Can Shiftthe Power ...
MIT SLOAN MANAGEMENT REVIEW 2013 DATA & ANALYTICS GLOBAL EXECUTIVE STUDY AND RESEARCH PROJECTAnalytically ChallengedReport...
MIT SLOAN MANAGEMENT REVIEW 2013 DATA & ANALYTICS GLOBAL EXECUTIVE STUDY AND RESEARCH PROJECTAnalytics Practitioners Use A...
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From Value to Vision: Reimagining the Possible with Data Analytics

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Based on a global executive survey with 2,500+ respondents and interviews with more than two dozen executives and academics, MIT Sloan Management Review and SAS Institute Inc. report on the distinctive characteristics and habits of companies that are very effective at using analytics to compete and innovate. This report offers an in-depth analysis of Analytical Innovators, the early leaders in the analytics revolution that is changing how many companies are managed.

Read the full report at http://mitsmr.com/YqhNwb

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  1. 1. In collaboration withRESEARCH REPORT SPRING 2013 FINDINGS FROM THE 2013 DATA & ANALYTICS GLOBAL EXECUTIVE STUDY AND RESEARCH PROJECT From Value to Vision: Reimagining the Possible with Data Analytics Read the full report online at sloanreview.mit.edu/analytics2013
  2. 2. MIT SLOAN MANAGEMENT REVIEW 2013 DATA & ANALYTICS GLOBAL EXECUTIVE STUDY AND RESEARCH PROJECTFinding CompetitiveAdvantage withAnalyticsThe percentage ofcompanies thatcreate a competitiveadvantage withanalytics is trendingupwards. © Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2013
  3. 3. MIT SLOAN MANAGEMENT REVIEW 2013 DATA & ANALYTICS GLOBAL EXECUTIVE STUDY AND RESEARCH PROJECTAnalytical Innovators — A Small Group of Analytics LeadersRespondents are at various levels of analytics sophistication. © Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2013
  4. 4. MIT SLOAN MANAGEMENT REVIEW 2013 DATA & ANALYTICS GLOBAL EXECUTIVE STUDY AND RESEARCH PROJECTOpen to New IdeasMost AnalyticalInnovators stronglyagree with thestatement: Myorganization isopen to new ideasthat challenge thestatus quo. © Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2013
  5. 5. MIT SLOAN MANAGEMENT REVIEW 2013 DATA & ANALYTICS GLOBAL EXECUTIVE STUDY AND RESEARCH PROJECTAnalytical Innovators Use Analytics Differently Than Other CompaniesMaking real-time decisions is the No. 1 use of analytics among Analytical Innovators,compared to cost reduction for other groups. © Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2013
  6. 6. MIT SLOAN MANAGEMENT REVIEW 2013 DATA & ANALYTICS GLOBAL EXECUTIVE STUDY AND RESEARCH PROJECTAnalytical InnovatorsUse More of the DataThey CollectAnalytical Innovatorstend to know why theyare collecting dataand how to use it. © Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2013
  7. 7. MIT SLOAN MANAGEMENT REVIEW 2013 DATA & ANALYTICS GLOBAL EXECUTIVE STUDY AND RESEARCH PROJECTEffectiveness Acrossthe InformationValue ChainAnalytical Innovatorsare more effective atcapturing andanalyzing data, andutilizing insightsfrom that data thantheir AnalyticallyChallenged orAnalyticalPractitionercounterparts. © Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2013
  8. 8. MIT SLOAN MANAGEMENT REVIEW 2013 DATA & ANALYTICS GLOBAL EXECUTIVE STUDY AND RESEARCH PROJECTAnalytical Innovators Have More Supports for AnalyticsAnalytical Innovators are much more likely to supportanalytics with more resources and processes. © Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2013
  9. 9. MIT SLOAN MANAGEMENT REVIEW 2013 DATA & ANALYTICS GLOBAL EXECUTIVE STUDY AND RESEARCH PROJECTAnalytics Can Shiftthe Power StructureAnalytical Innovatorsreport a power shiftin their organizationsat a much higher ratethan other groups. © Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2013
  10. 10. MIT SLOAN MANAGEMENT REVIEW 2013 DATA & ANALYTICS GLOBAL EXECUTIVE STUDY AND RESEARCH PROJECTAnalytically ChallengedReport Fewer BenefitsFrom AnalyticsAnalytics is not on theexecutive agenda inAnalytically Challengedorganizations. © Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2013
  11. 11. MIT SLOAN MANAGEMENT REVIEW 2013 DATA & ANALYTICS GLOBAL EXECUTIVE STUDY AND RESEARCH PROJECTAnalytics Practitioners Use Analytics More to Compete Than InnovateAnalytics Practitioners have matured beyond the AnalyticallyChallenged but are not yet close to Analytical Innovators. © Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2013
  12. 12. sloanreview.mit.edu© Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2013

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