Tag Archives: culture

Behavior and Culture: The Next Steps Toward ‘The Sentient Enterprise’

November 9, 2017

Which customer bought what and when? For any enterprise that analyze data that was the central question they sought to answer to understand their place in the market. But in this new era of disrupt or be disrupted, companies must begin asking themselves more powerful questions — like, “what are our customers going to do… Read More »

A message from Teradata CEO, Victor Lund

August 28, 2017

The recent events in Charlottesville and Barcelona have caused me to reflect on the importance of leadership in ensuring that we, as individuals and as members of our various fraternities, move forward in productive ways that enhance our lives and our society in general. Leadership involves many things, but I believe the most important attributes… Read More »

Lessons from the Sentient Enterprise: Business data meets business culture

August 17, 2017

“Lessons from the Sentient Enterprise” is a series of posts timed around the publication of The Sentient Enterprise, a new book on big data analytics by Oliver Ratzesberger and Mohan Sawhney. Each post in the series highlights a major theme covered in book and at executive workshops being held in conjunction with its upcoming release by… Read More »

Big Data Analytics: Will Better Company Culture Trump A Strong ROI?

February 17, 2015

(This post discusses the results1 of Forrester Consulting’s research examining the economic impact and ROI of an online retailer that implemented a Teradata analytics solution. The new integrated platform runs big data analytics and replaces the retailer’s third party analytics solution.) What is more beneficial? The quantifiable pay out of a big data solution…or the… Read More »