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Editorial Reviews. Review. Praise for the updated edition: Paul Roma, Chief Analytics Officer, Competing on Analytics: Updated, with a New Introduction: The New Science of Winning. Kindle Store · Kindle eBooks · Business & Money . Editorial Reviews. Review. Intuition is useful in business. But it isn't enough -- The Wall Street Kindle Store · Kindle eBooks · Business & Money. In Competing on Analytics: The New Science of Winning, Thomas H. Davenport and Jeanne G. Harris argue that the frontier for using data to make decisions has shifted dramatically. Analytics: sophisticated quantitative and statistical analysis and predictive modeling.

Updated with fresh content, Competing on Analytics provides the road map for becoming an analytical competitor, showing readers how to create new strategies for their organizations based on sophisticated The New Edition of a Business Classic This landmark work, the first to introduce business leaders to analytics, reveals how analytics are rewriting the rules of competition. Updated with fresh content, Competing on Analytics provides the road map for becoming an analytical competitor, showing readers how to create new strategies for their organizations based on sophisticated analytics. Introducing a five-stage model of analytical competition, Davenport and Harris describe the typical behaviors, capabilities, and challenges of each stage. They explain how to assess your company's capabilities and guide it toward the highest level of competition. With equal emphasis on two key resources, human and technological, this book reveals how even the most highly analytical companies can up their game. Additional new topics and research include: Data scientists and what they do Big data and the changes it has wrought Hadoop and other open-source software for managing and analyzing data Data products--new products and services based on data and analytics Machine learning and other AI technologies The Internet of Things and its implications New computing architectures, including cloud computing Embedding analytics within operational systems Visual analytics The business classic that turned a generation of leaders into analytical competitors, Competing on Analytics is the definitive guide for transforming your company's fortunes in the age of analytics and big data.

Among the firms we studied, we found that the most analytically sophisticated and successful had four common key characteristics: 1 analytics supported a strategic, distinctive capability; 2 the approach to and management of analytics was enterprise-wide; 3 senior management was committed to the use of analytics; and 4 the company made a significant strategic bet on analytics-based competition.

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We found each of these attributes present in the companies that were most aggressively pursuing analytical approaches to business. As more firms become aware of the possibilities for analytical competition, they will push the boundaries of analytics in their products, services and business models.

How Analytics Make Companies More Competitive

Virtually every provider of data and information services, for example, will probably offer analytics to their customers as a value-added service. Data itself has become something of a commodity, and customers for data often can't find the time or people to analyze it themselves.

We also expect to see more analytics embedded in or augmenting products and services—describing, for example, the optimum way to make use of those offerings within the customer's business processes. The golf club that tells you how well you are swinging it is a good example.

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We also expect to see automobiles or insurance companies that analyze how safely you are driving, health care providers that analyze how healthily you are eating and living, and industrial machinery that tells you how well you are using it. This trend will be only a part of a broader one involving supplying analytics to customers and suppliers.

Marriott, for example, is beginning to share more analytical information with both channel partners—online and traditional travel agencies, for example—and major corporate customers.

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Channel partners get analyses involving pricing, joint promotions, and inventory; customers receive data and analysis that helps them with their own travel management. Another strategic trend involves the content of analytics.

She is the coauthor of two books and over one hundred articles on analytics and information technology. Competing on Analytics: Updated, with a New Introduction: The New Science of Winning. Thomas Davenport , Jeanne Harris.

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The New Edition of a Business Classic This landmark work, the first to introduce business leaders to analytics, reveals how analytics are rewriting the rules of competition. Two What Makes an Analytical Competitor? Three Analytics and Business Performance. Four Competing on Analytics with Internal Processes.

Five Competing on Analytics with External Processes. Seven Managing Analytical People.