Discover Performance Weekly: Using information to drive innovation and agility

HP VP of Strategic Marketing Paul Muller (@xthestreams) discusses how you can learn "what to build" by harnessing the power of information with with Chris Selland (@cselland), VP of marketing and business development at HP Vertica.

 

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The basis of the discussion is about the Discover Performance article, “How Big Data analytics drives success and cuts costs of experimentation.” In this episode, Paul and Chris discuss topics including:

  • How do companies know what to build, when to build it to meet customer's needs? (0:50)
  • How does data science and experimentation help companies compete? (2:20)
  • How do you choose the right experiments? (3:20)
  • Can traditional infrastructure work for a culture of experimentation? (4:45)
  • Example of how a feedback loop has improved time-to-market (6:30)

 

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Related links:

Episode 1: CIO predictions for 2014

Episode 2: BYOD doesn’t stand for 'Bring Your Own Disaster': How to tame BYOD

Episode 3: Consumerization of IT: Bring your own 'everything'

Episode 4: Is analytics for everyone? Why do the data scientists have all the fun?

Episode 5: Time for Enterprise IT to declare defeat in the Security war?

Episode 6: Confessions of CIOs: How to develop strengths for today's leadership

Episode 7: How to fast-track your organization with the software-defined enterprise

Episode 8: Government in technology: Big brother or big bother?

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