There’s a wide disparity in analytics when it comes to actual business experience. A new global survey of 3,000 executives and analysts conducted by IBM and the MIT Sloan Management Review finds that the top performing companies that participated in this survey were five times more likely to be making use of analytics.
When it comes to business, information is clearly power.
Click through for results from a survey conducted by IBM and MIT Sloan Management Review regarding the use of business analytics.
Top performers rely less on intuition.
Innovation tops the list.
Top performers apply analytics strategically and tactically.
Lack of expertise is the biggest issue.
Clearly, there is room for improvement.
There’s obviously a huge gap in analytics experience.
Integration and standardization top the list.