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Competing on analytics: the new science of winning

Author: Davenport, Thomas H. ; Harris, Jeanne G.Publisher: Harvard Business School Press, 2007.Language: EnglishDescription: 218 p. : Ill. ; 24 cm.ISBN: 1422103323 ; 1422103326Type of document: BookBibliography/Index: Includes bibliographical references and index
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Includes bibliographical references and index

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Competing on Analytics The New Science of Winning Contents Foreword by Gary Loveman Acknowledgments Part One The Nature of Analytical Competition 1 The Nature of Analytical Competition Using Analytics to Build a Distinctive Capability 2 What Makes an Analytical Competitor? Defining the Common Key Attributes of Such Companies 3 Analytics and Business Performance Transforming the Ability to Compete on Analytics into a Lasting Competitive Advantage 4 Competing on Analytics with Internal Processes Financial, Manufacturing, RandD, and Human Resource Applications 5 Competing on Analytics with External Processes Customer and Supplier Applications ix xiii 3 23 41 57 83 Part Two Building an Analytical Capability 6 A Road Map to Enhanced Analytical Capabilities Progressing Through the Five Stages of Development 7 Managing Analytical People Cultivating the Scarce Ingredient That Makes Analytics Work 8 The Architecture of Business Intelligence Aligning a Robust Technical Environment with Business Strategies 9 The Future of Analytical Competition Approaches Driven by Technology, Human Factors, and Business Strategy 175 153 131 107 Notes Index About the Authors 187 199 217

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