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

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