What do I mean by “analytic workbench?” Basically, the compute-resource environment with which data analysis takes place. All of us deal with data at some level, and all of us can benefit from making sense of our data more efficiently and effectively. See if there are opportunities to make the analytic workbenches in your organization more productive.
A series of examples highlighting the cross-pollination of analytical methods and ideas. Diversity fuels innovation. The joke about the physicist, chemist, and statistician also suggests that at times diversity impedes progress: These three scientists are called to a room where they see a fire in the wastebasket. The physicist says, “I know what to do! [...]
Several years ago, we noticed some interesting new executive titles elevating the stature of analytics: Chief Analytics Officer and Chief Problem-Solving Officer. The CAO title even has a Wikipedia entry. In addition, other titles we have seen for a while are starting to span into more industries: Chief Scientist (not for your typical research organization, [...]