Rebecca Shockley is the Global Research Leader for Business Analytics at the renowned IBM Institute for Business Value (IBV). She joined us to talk about highlights from the latest IBV study, “Analytics: The speed advantage" and described four key "shifts" that occurred in the past year. She
The internationally renowned IBM Institute for Business Value (IBV) is beginning its 2014 survey on analytics. Rebecca Shockley, the global research leader for analytics at IBM Institute for Business Value, recapped some of the key findings from studies conducted over the last five years and how
Innovation and growth. Those are the first two responses given when IBM speaks to executives about their priorities in dealing with data. Organizations are facing challenges in managing the scope and large-scale transformations that they need to deal with rapid data expansion. This new reality
Analytics is a key enabler for life sciences and healthcare organizations to create better outcomes for patients, customers and other stakeholders in healthcare. The IBM Institute for Business Value recently released a new study titled “Analytics across the ecosystem - A prescription for optimizing
Since 2003, the IBM Institute for Business Value has conducted more than 23,000 interviews around the world with people representing all roles of the C Suite, including chief officers in finance, marketing, IT and of course, chief executive officers. A newly published report titled “Pushing the
In late October 2013, the acclaimed IBM Institute for Business Value (IBV) released a new study titled “Analytics: A blueprint for value.” This study is the result of months of survey research conducted with some 900 business and IT leaders around the world. As the title “a blueprint for value”
In today's competitive marketplace, executive leaders are racing to convert enterprise insights into meaningful results. Successful leaders are infusing analytics throughout their enterprises to drive smarter decisions, enable faster actions and optimize outcomes. In this exciting new piece of
You don’t need to wait for the stars to align in order to realize the full value from your investments in analytics initiatives of all sorts.
Instead, what you need to do—and it’s within your power here and now—is to align several key dimensions of your organization’s analytics and data strategies
This is the second in a series presenting the findings from the IBM Institute for Business Value and University of Oxford’s Big Data study and excerpts from the white paper, “Analytics: the real world use of big data in financial services.”
When asked to rank their top three objectives for big data
This first posting of a seven-part blog series is my attempt to present, in small, easily consumable bites, findings from IBM Institute for Business Value and University of Oxford’s study and excerpts from a white paper, “Analytics: the real world use of big data in financial services.”
Have you analyzed your analytics?
The IBM Institute for Business Value (IBV) wants to know how you are transforming data into competitive advantages. What capabilities are needed to really analyze data, whether big or small? Which technologies are you using – or not? Does organizational culture
The IBM Institute for Business Value (IBV) is embarking on its fourth annual survey on analytics and big data. Rebecca Shockley, Global Research Lead at IBV, gave a preview of the objectives for the 2013 survey. She explained they will be looking into how organizations are executing and what it
The Saïd Business School at the University of Oxford and the IBM Institute for Business Value conducted this global survey of more than 1100 business and IT executives. The study highlights the phases of the big data journey, the objectives and challenges of organizations taking the journey, and