By Jack Phillips, Aug 08, 2016
At IIA, we spend most of our time helping enterprises build, sustain and measure their enterprise analytics capabilities. But, we are always on the lookout for standout players who combine technology and analytics for good in their communities.
By Jack Phillips, Mar 08, 2016
One of the most common questions I get from analytics leaders is “How do I create an analytical culture?” This is usually voiced by leaders whose firms are starting out on their analytical journeys. There are a few moving pieces here. Bear with me as I unpack them.
Sep 03, 2015
I wanted to share an update to my May blog post about my daughter Jane Phillips, an Oregon Episcopal School 4th grader, and her International Fair school project on big data.
By Jack Phillips, Jul 17, 2015
No amount of spending, and no technology stack is going to make a company analytical. We’ve seen this fact lost on too many companies. Research shows that more than half of analytics projects fail, and technology is most frequently not the culprit.
By Jack Phillips, May 19, 2015
On the lighter side this week, I was reminded of how commonplace data and analytics have become among young generations.
By Jack Phillips, Feb 26, 2015
We’ve quickly hit the time of year when the annual planning phase for most companies should be complete, and business leaders are now tasked with bringing to fruition the (likely) aggressive but attainable goals set before them. By virtue of the fact that you’re reading this, I’ll assume for the moment that you agree analytics, when applied intelligently, can be a tremendous tool to use in achieving these goals.
By Jack Phillips, Dec 23, 2014
As we close out 2014, and look back on how the analytics space has progressed over the past 12 months, it feels like we’ve seen a real inflection point in terms of the way companies view analytics. Organizations, now more than ever, are becoming intentional about building high-performing analytics programs.
By IIA Faculty, Dec 10, 2014
Available to Research & Advisory Network Clients and Professional Members
Each year, IIA asks its faculty and leadership to offer perspective on what the world of analytics will look like in the coming year. This year we also solicited predictions from our diverse community of analytics practitioners. The following ten predictions were selected by a panel of judges to represent IIA’s outlook for 2015:
By Jack Phillips, Dec 04, 2014
Last year, IIA revealed nine predictions for 2014 that ran the gamut of organizational challenges, benefits of technology and staff augmentation, and new applications of analytical methods.
We’ll give a more in-depth review of the 2014 predictions during our 2015 Analytics Predictions Webinar on December 10. But for now, I wanted to offer my own quick take on the 2014 predictions, and see what we got right, and where we missed the mark a little bit.