Big data is used by companies around the world to inform and improve countless business processes, from customer service to marketing campaigns. But the ability to collect and analyze vast amounts of information isn’t just useful for external operations; it can help you strengthen your business internally, too.
One often-overlooked application of big data is leadership improvement. By looking at a variety of data points like performance metrics and employee survey results, you can determine what’s working and what’s not, and ultimately strengthen your leadership abilities. Below, six members of Forbes Coaches Council explain how.