2012 has seen an acknowledgement and mainstream awareness of the challenges of managing the burgeoning streams of information generated and available to organizations, particularly big data. In 2013, I expect the focus to shift to the challenges of developing and implementing enterprise strategies for making use of all this data. Opportunities abound for deploying information [...]
Entries Tagged as 'infonomics'
by Doug Laney | December 26, 2012 | 2 Comments
by Doug Laney | August 15, 2012 | 4 Comments
Tobin’s q is a simple ratio first posited by Nobel-winning American economist James Tobin in the 1960s to understand the relationship between a company’s market value and the replacement value of its assets. Analysis shows that this quotient has been growing since financial statements were standardized following the Great Depression. Smoothing economic boom and bust [...]
by Doug Laney | January 17, 2012 | 3 Comments
A major Wall Street securities ratings firm ignores the recommendations of a consultant report it paid for on rating collateralized debt obligations (CDOs)–contributing to the collapse of the mortgage industry, near-collapse of the banking industry and a multi-year global recession requiring $trillions in government (tax payer) dollars to avoid a full-blown Depression. A major video [...]