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Developing a use-case is the most important first step in data analytics projects. A recent Jinfo Community session explored this topic and provided some specific actions you can take to begin or enhance their development. These specific actions will help you and your team create a use-case that includes all of the phases of a data project including: developing the initial project goal, determining what datasets are required and providing provisions for ongoing maintenance.
When analytics projects don't deliver it's usually because the use-case wasn't clearly defined and insufficient thought went into measuring the benefits. In a recent Jinfo webinar, Marc Vollenweider of Evalueserve took a detailed look at everything that goes into defining a use-case, as well as the future role of information professionals in the brave new world of data analytics.
The Insights and Actions report from the Research Focus, "Stake your claim in the success of data analytics", is available now for all site visitors. We asked Nancy Snell, research lead at North Highland, a worldwide consultancy firm, how she and her team have been using the data analytics resources from the Research Focus.
Featuring Marc Vollenweider: Co-founder and Chief Strategist of Evalueserve and author of mind+machine .
Most analytics projects fail to realise their potential because their owners fail to consider the entire use-case.
Applying smart technology to the right datasets is actually only...
With greater use of analytics in organisations large and small, the licensing of data - especially from third parties - is a growing challenge. In a recent Jinfo Community session, participants discussed how they tackle this thorny issue, as well as educating stakeholders in their organisations and planning for much greater use of analytics in the future.
In the second of three webinars forming part of Jinfo's current Research Focus, "Stake your claim in the success of data analytics", we discussed the challenges information professionals face when successfully managing data licensing for current and future projects. This webinar presented key steps that information professionals can take now to partner with internal stakeholders and external suppliers to create a future that's economically sustainable in terms of data purchasing
Keen to strengthen your portfolio management and negotiations around third-party data?
As more organisations explore and implement data analytics projects, we continue to face the challenges of appropriate licensing:
Data suppliers have a range of approaches to licensing... and some...
In the first of three webinars held as part of the Jinfo Research Focus, "Stake your claim in the success of data analytics", we presented key steps that information professionals can take to prepare for a more inclusive role in current and future data analytics projects. This article presents an overview of what was discussed including ways information professionals can leverage existing skills and learn new ones.
The current awareness and competitive intelligence space offers many options in terms of complexity of product and platform. Where does Aurora FirstLight sit in this mix?
In the third and final insight from the Research Focus, "Stake your claim in the success of data analytics", Jinfo's director of research, Robin Neidorf, examines why skills such as resilience and influencing power are as important as mastering the art of the use-case.
How best to manage data, whether it's produced internally or externally, is an area that many information teams are finding increasingly complex, and one that technology alone cannot fix. In a recent Community session, participants discussed the ownership and visibility of data, and how to keep sets correct, clean and complete for analytics, text and data mining.
In the second insight from the Research Focus, "Stake your claim in the success of data analytics", Jinfo's director of research, Robin Neidorf, looks at why it's so essential to get on top of licensing data for analytics use.
Featuring analyst Amy Affelt.
"Yes, but what will we do with it?" A consistent challenge in addressing the emerging world of data analytics is how best to nail down practicalities.
Are you confronting these questions?
What are the B2B applications of analytics and which will...
Find out why we invited Marc Vollenweider of Evalueserve to be honorary producer on our Research Focus, "Stake your claim in the success of data analytics"
In the first insight from the Research Focus, "Stake your claim in the success of data analytics", Jinfo's director of research, Robin Neidorf, looks at how information teams should react and prepare for the new environment.
Andrew Lucas selects publishing highlights from the articles, reports and research published in the Research Focus "Stake your claim in the success of data analytics", from challenges and skills gaps to opportunities for information professionals to lead the way.
This "Insights and Actions" report presents:
The top 3 insights from Jinfo's director of research, Robin Neidorf
The practical actions you should take to stay ahead
And the full thematic index of content from the Jinfo Research Focus, "Stake your claim in the success of data...
In all but a few of the most sophisticated, data-driven organisations, strategy and management of data analytics projects are conspicuous by their absence.
Whilst there's little that an information team on its own can do to change this overall picture, there are a number of best practices...
Jinfo talks to NLP text mining software provider Linguamatics about latest developments in the field and use-cases in the pharmaceuticals and healthcare industry. Interviewer Chris Porter finds out more about the Linguamatics software platform, known as I2E and how it makes use of AI, NLP and machine learning to make sense of unstructured text, how it saves time, and how I2E supports taxonomies and ontologies.
As part of Jinfo's Research Focus, "Stake your claim in the success of data analytics" , we surveyed respondents about their data analytics needs and concerns, including reporting lines for analytics projects, types of internal and external data projects, skill gaps in information centres, and...
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If you're newly remote, you may feel like you've been thrown into a mysterious culture where you sort of speak the language but sort of not. Use Jinfo's "Focus on Remote Teams" to become fluent: