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The Need for Analytic and Algorithm Governance is Growing

by Andrew White  |  April 3, 2019

I wrote a blog in 2017 titled, The Inflated Price of Perfect Information.  In that blog I wrote the following: Two articles in the last week show the fallacy of the...

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What is going on in the world of data and analytics?

by Andrew White  |  March 22, 2019

I have blogged before (see this from 2014: A Day in the Life of an Analyst” at Gartner’s IT/Expo Symposium – Day 3) about the hot topics I discussed with...

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A Little Data Governance Goes a Long Way

by Andrew White  |  July 16, 2018

In today’s US print edition of the Financial Times I saw an article titled, Bank’s approach to risk data is deeply inadequate. The article reviews the current situation regarding bank...

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New Toolkit: How to Demonstrate the Link between Data and Business Outcome

by Andrew White  |  May 23, 2018

One of the most commonly asked questions, and a most intractable problem to solve, is the ability to show, to demonstrate, to explain, the link between a piece of information...

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Where You Spend Your Firms’ Capital Matters

by Andrew White  |  May 16, 2018

On the front page of today’s US print edition of the Wall Street Journal there is an article (Firms’ Spending on Upgrades Soars) that reports on the notable increase on...

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Data and Analytics at the Heart of Digital Business - Free Webinar Replay

by Andrew White  |  March 21, 2018

I recently presented a webinar that explores and explains several key pieces of research we are actively working on.  The webinar is called How to Put Data and Analytics at the...

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Effective Data and Analytics Governance - Finally!

by Andrew White  |  March 7, 2018

I stood on stage at our Data and Analytics Summit in Dallas today to talk about data hubs, and said I was very excited to attend and speak with everyone....

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