How are organizations trying to compete on their ability to capture, analyze and act on information? How do you deal with data and analytics win? MIT Sloan Management Review conducted a global survey of nearly 3,000 executives learn how to turn the data deluge and analytics into a competitive advantage or try to anyway. The large comprehensive analysis is still out, but in these two companion articles (“Insights 10” and “10 data points”) reader to find an early snapshot … Read more »

How are organizations trying to compete on their ability to capture, analyze and act on information? How do you deal with data and analytics win? MIT Sloan Management Review conducted a global survey of nearly 3,000 executives learn how to turn the data deluge and analytics into a competitive advantage or try to anyway. The large comprehensive analysis is still out, but in these two companion articles (“Insights 10” and “10 data points”) readers an early snapshot of how managers find the answer to the main question organizations face. To answer this question, SMR has partnered with the IBM Institute for Business Value, to build a new innovation hub and research program called “The New Intelligent Enterprise.” By SMR and IBM IBV cooperation is the new Intelligent Enterprise to help managers understand how they can benefit in the way that the information and analysis change the competitive landscape. What threats and opportunities to make the company? What new business models, organizational approaches, competitive strategies, processes and methods of leadership emerge? How are the best companies use to invent technology and analytics to achieve new competitive advantages? As they learn not only smarter but to act smarter?
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Michael S. Hopkins
Steve LaValle,
Fred Balboni,
Rebecca Shockley,
Nina Kruschwitz
Source: MIT Sloan Management Review
10 pages.
Release Date: 1 October 2010. Prod #: SMR366-PDF-ENG
10 Insights: A first look at the new Intelligent Enterprise Survey on Winning With 10 Data & Data Points: Information and Analytics at Work HBR case solution