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Building An Analytics-Centric Organization

When I left the MIT Sloan School of Management in 1993, little did I know it at the time, but I was armed with the knowledge and mindset of a paradigm that would become known as Big Data.

For the record, I owe tremendous credit to professors at MIT such as Steve Graves and Erik Brynjolfsson whose insights and perspectives left an indelible mark on my thinking. Although I could not fully articulate all of the details of what Big Data meant at the time, I did have an unwavering conviction that the lifeblood of a high-velocity organization would eventually be based on real-time analytics of and execution on mass quantities of data.

Source: forbes.com
Author: Jim Miller

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