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Atlanta 2018 Analytics Symposium Presentation: Mano Mannoochahr

By Mano Mannoochahr, Oct 16, 2018

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GE’s path to emerging analytics technologies

Emerging technologies like Artificial Intelligence/Machine Learning, Augmented/Virtual Reality and Blockchain have the potential for making a profound impact on how work gets done within the enterprises and what businesses of tomorrow may look like. Mano explains how GE is preparing to capitalize on this opportunity – where the company is investing to build new capabilities and sprints GE is running in this multi-year journey.

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Atlanta 2018 Analytics Symposium Presentation: Abhi Seth

By Abhi Seth, Oct 16, 2018

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BI isn’t Analytics: Honeywell Aerospace Analytics Team Takes Flight

Beginning nearly two years ago Honeywell Aerospace had the common misconception that BI equaled the full potential of what analytics can accomplish. In order to find their current success, multiple fronts had to be established: educating the business side, finding executive sponsors, identifying projects worth chasing, and of course successful execution against those projects. In this talk, Dr. Seth reviews the challenges faced as he established an analytics practice and shares some of the specific case studies indicative of this evolution in analytics adoption for various business functions and competing on analytics in aviation industry through new connected analytics offerings.

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Atlanta 2018 Analytics Symposium Presentation: Alex Barclay

By Alex Barclay, Oct 16, 2018

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Competing on Analytics is a “Team Sport,” but Which Sport?

Alex Barclay, SVP at Optum (part of United Health Group, a Fortune 10 company), outlines the capabilities required to compete on analytics and describe how the company is boosting these capabilities among executives, managers and analytics professionals.

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Yesterday, almost 200 of IIA’s clients, analytics experts and advisory network members gathered together to discuss the top trends and challenges of the analytics industry. The presentations were insightful, drove conversations and had actionable takeaways. The three themes of transformation, artificial intelligence (AI), and data-driven cultures were threaded in all of the presentations. This blog covers the key highlights of each session.

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Five Ideas to Improve Your Analytics Return

By Phil Kelly, Oct 05, 2018

At the most basic level, improving analytics returns requires discipline – namely a way baseline and measure analytics return. Assuming your process for measuring analytics value is in place, here are five ways an analytics team can improve their analytics returns.

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Inquiry Response: Organizing Your First Internal Analytics Conference

By Jon Bruner, Sep 17, 2018

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Inquiry:

We’re organizing our first internal analytics conference to promote analytics cross-pollination across the enterprise, showcasing and broadcasting analytics use cases and value to leadership and the businesses. What should we be thinking about as we begin?

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Inquiry Response: The Benefits of Having an Analytics Pipeline

By IIA Expert, Aug 27, 2018

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Inquiry:

Our data and analytics group is six months old, and we’re challenged by many things: creating an intake process, developing the community, managing data ownership. We’re a heavily top-down organization—with the executives dictating our strategic initiatives for analytics—so we wonder if an analytics pipeline would fit into our culture.

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Bumps and Triumphs on the Road to Optimization at UPS

By Jack Levis, Aug 21, 2018

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United Parcel Service (UPS) is now well known for instituting ORION, an optimized routing system for UPS drivers that has been called the world’s largest operations research project. ORION determines the most efficient delivery route for every driver, every day, resulting in savings of more than 100 million driving miles. The project serves as an excellent case study on how embedding analytics and models within the day-to-day operations of the business—in this case, package delivery—can reap huge cost savings benefits.

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Inquiry Response: Creating Community with Embedded Analytics Teams

By IIA Expert, Aug 20, 2018

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Inquiry:

I’m leading the effort to embed analytics teams into other business functions, but I want their allegiance to be to analytics rather than the function they support. How do you create enough autonomy to ensure integration with the business units, while at the same time ensuring the teams don’t go native?

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Inquiry Response: Increasing Competitive Advantage Using AI

By IIA Expert, Aug 13, 2018

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Inquiry:

We’re primarily known as a data company, and we are currently creating new capabilities for our customers, leveraging AI and machine learning. Our mandate is to use AI for competitive advantage going forward. How do we increase our competitive advantage and drive AI transformation in the company?

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