Streamlining (and Sustaining) the Productivity of Your Big Data

November 29th, 2013

You can’t rush Big Data – at least not to the point where it hurts your productivity. You may want to quickly crunch all those numbers and use your data as the panacea to achieve near-immediate business results. But putting the data cart before the horse – diving into tools and systems before you have […]

Red Flags that Your Management Style is “Nonnegotiable”

November 19th, 2013

To what extent do you involve your employees in management decisions? The value of giving employees ownership is immeasurable in terms of engagement and morale. But, you have no choice but to balance business results with interpersonal staff relationships. In other words, you must follow the course that gets the job done and meets the […]

The Power of Analytics in the Financial Industry

November 8th, 2013

It looks like we’ve survived the Great Recession that plagued the country – and in fact, most of the world – for a good part of the past decade. Banks will naturally take the lead as the economy continues to rebound, and the lesson learned from history’s most recent business nosedive is this: Being on […]