Thanks to all of you that read and follow my blog, I am pleased to report that Big Data to Big Profits has been named a top blog in Big Data in and Analytics by Feedspot. This is especially an honor, given the many large, corporate, and multi-author blogs that are also on the list. […]
With Super Bowl LIII upon us, I thought I’d share a bit about why Super Bowl XVIII remains my favorite Super Bowl. Really, it was Super, featured the launch of the iconic Apple Macintosh, and offers a few lessons in leadership!
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With the recent passing of President George H.W. Bush, a letter surfaced, which was sent from President Bush to the CEO of IBM, Sam Palmisano, a friend of the Bush family. I found it to be an excellent summary of how a leader should be guided by values and a great reminder of the humility […]
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IBM’s Big Bet on Big Weather Data: A New Data Strategy The move by IBM to acquire the Weather Channel is a great example of how IBM is transforming Big Data to Big Profits. In the above figure, IBM plans to predict hail storms and help car owners and insurers avoid expensive and often avoidable […]