Subject: NewVantage Partners’ paper Data and Innovation: How Big Data and AI are Accelerating Business Transformation, 2019, by Randy Bean and Thomas H. Davenport I discovered the subject report in my recent analysis of current Google Ads.
The quality and impact of survey-related analysis and advice ranges from unreasonably great to hopelessly inadequate. Anytime you encounter quantitative claims, be they in sales presentations, advertisements, brochureware, analyst whitepapers, or articles in trade, business, or public press, you have a challenge:
What do you get from Google Ads? I asked Google can or do “predictive analytics improve business performance” and gathered up the ads it returned. From a buyer’s perspective, these results aren’t good. Sellers could do much better as well.
You’re smart. You understand your business. You’ve mastered the latest technologies. But you keep getting rejected when you propose new investments to the executive committee. Or you can’t seem to close the deal with a prospect. How can you turn failure into success? Avoid “talking down” to colleagues How can IT leaders explain a complex…
CXO Research Insights + Vision© Newsletter; Feb. 2022: AI Hype Time Capsules, SME AI Strategy, Supply Chain GeoPolitical Risks
2022 AI More Hype or Planning Time Capsules from 3 to 30 years – separates today’s top mega-cap firms AI hype $B+solutions to focus on SME’s practical AI advice for a three-year strategy. File away the rest of AI efforts in your 30-year time capsules.
CXO 2022 AI Innovation Strategy – SME’s ML Playbook for Fewer Risks – provides SME corporate boards and CXO AI Innovation Strategic Playbook applying ML / MLOps platforms for the board intent and CXO alignment goals workforce AI-culture.
2022 CXO Supply Chain Management GeoPolicial Risks – it’s a not technology way out, but CXOs must navigate global supply chain geopolitical dynamics risks for a challenging year ahead.
What do you need to know about survey design and execution to make better business decisions? Here is the third note in my framework-defining series exploring the framework that I introduced earlier in Discover unreasonably great research! And exploit it.
In Discover unreasonably great research! And exploit it, I introduced the concept of Unreasonably Great Research, characterized it briefly via a framework, and offered two examples. This is the second note in a framework-defining series of notes exploring elements of that framework. This one is focused on the science of surveys in general. In a nutshell Research should advance…
In Discover unreasonably great research! And exploit it, I introduced the concept of Unreasonably Great Research, characterized it briefly via a framework, and offered two examples. This note is the first in a framework-defining series exploring the various elements of the unreasonably great research framework. Here, you and I will use the attributes of honesty and transparency…
Most analysts and consulting firms rely on sloppy, biased, junk science to generate numbers to support their findings and recommendations. I’m dissecting published research, looking for reports that guide readers on the uses and value of predictive analytics, studies built on high-quality data, objective analysis, and actionable conclusions. Given the reported high levels of spending…
CXO Research Insights + Vision© Newsletter: January 2022: Supply Chains Reset, ESG Actions, Delaware Legal Outsourcing Losses
January’s 2022 issue, CXO Research Insights + Vision© Newsletter, offers executives actionable insights for three short 2/3-minute topics:
1. New Supply Chain Model: Apply a new Post-Covid global supply chain model now for resilience;
2. ESG Reporting Making Sense: Navigating the complex and confusing ESG frameworks and standards to make reporting compliance practical;
3. Delaware M& Law: Why outsourcing to elite top mega-law firms for corporate Delaware lawsuits often fail – here’s a better course of action.