Tuesday, October 23
9:00am - 5:00pm
Grand West (NY Hilton)
Please note: to attend, your registration must include Tutorials.
For business strategists, marketers, product managers, and entrepreneurs, Strata's Data Driven Business Day looks at how to use data to make better business decisions faster.
Packed with revealing case studies, thought-provoking panels, and eye-opening presentations, this fast-paced day focuses on how to solve today's thorniest business problems with Big Data. It's the missing MBA for a data-driven, always-on business world.
Past DDBD sessions have looked at fundamental issues, including:
Smart companies can't run on anecdotes and gut instinct. But they also can't follow the data without understanding their business ecosystem or the realities of their current state. They have to strike a balance between the arrogance of opinion and the myopia of a rigid adherence to metrics alone. Rather than data-driven, they need to be data-informed.
This year, we'll focus on actually producing change. While Big Data can inform business, if it isn't tied to an organization's goals, objectives, and culture, it won't have an impact. We might think ourselves rational creatures, but as individuals or organizations, most of our decisions are made through moral reasoning, quick-reaction instinct, and guts. That's orthogonal to the data-driven model, and these two worlds—the rational, scientific mind and the instinctive, quick-to-judge heart—are about to collide in the boardroom.
Big Data is teetering at the apex of Gartner's hype curve. Soon, we'll realize it isn't a panacea; that while it upends many business assumptions, it must deal with traditional obstacles to business—scale, culture, and span of control.
At New York's DDBD, we'll consider:
It's a packed lineup of sought-after speakers, real-world case studies, and strategic discussions you can't afford to miss. If you're an executive, entrepreneur, manager or innovator, DDBD gives you the tools you need to reap the Big Data harvest—getting not just more information, but more of what really matters: business results.
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