MIT Big Data Management Guru: How to Strand Your Less Data-Oriented Competitors

“The big data process is built on the pillars of measurement, experiment, analyze and replicate, contends Brynjolfsson. The continuous implementation of that cycle based on real-time data will strand less data-oriented competitors.”

In a fast moving competitive world, “stranding” a competitor means winning the prize.

via Big Data Needs a Steady Management Hand to Give Best Results.

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