RETURN TO INSIGHTS

All Posts Tagged ‘Big Data’

Six Ideas That Made Us Think:
1) Don’t Put Another Shrimp on the Barbie. 2) What Is the Cost of Recycling? 3) In the Future, There Will Be Lots of Revolutions. 4) The Politics of Political Baseball. 5) The Commencement Season’s Best. 6) The Prophet of Unintended Consequences.

In This Issue:
Can Corporate Learning Be Reinvented? Sal Khan and Google at G100. eBay’s John Donahoe at G100. Poland’s Foreign Minister on Economic Reform. The Emerging Industry of Workforce Science. Singapore to Eclipse Switzerland. The Backlash Against High Tech’s Immigration Push. Energy, Business, and Geopolitics. Margaret Thatcher’s “Dissenters”. Regulation Ahead. Spring Reading.

Five Ideas That Made Us Think:
1) How Brooks Brothers Uses Technology to Get the ‘Science of Customer Personalization’ Right. 2) Will Customers Sacrifice Service for a Good Deal? An Inside Look at Southwest and Spirit. 3) What Baseball and Politics Have to Do with Your Business — Big Data Lessons from Nate Silver. 4) Six Sigma Meets Animation. 5) The Changing Shape of Today’s IT Departments.

In This Issue:
The China “Ghost Town” Story is Exaggerated. Buffet to American CEOs: Stop Whining. John Mackey at G100: A Kinder, Gentler CEO? Has The American Dream Become Elusive For Generations X, Y? The Drones Are Coming. Human Resources and Big Data. Online University, a Booming Business. A Transatlantic Trade Deal. How To Make A Company Truly Great.

In This Issue:
What Can the Khan Academy Teach Employers? How Military Leaders Use Contrarian Thinking to Solve Problems. A Silicon Valley of Drones. The Debate Over Sheryl Sandberg. What to Make of the Italian Elections. The Shale Revolution, at Home and Abroad. IBM’s Watson Applies Big Data to Health Care. Learning the Right Lessons From Japan.

Five Ideas That Made Us Think:
1) Why Business Execution Matters – A Lesson from Yahoo’s CEO, Marissa Mayer. 2) How Strategic Talent Management Drives Financial Returns. 3) Big Data is Getting Even Bigger. 4) In the Right Operating Conditions, Large Companies Can Innovate Too. 5) How (and Why) Executives Leaders Should Master the Art of Listening.