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UX Design 101: Context in BI and Analytics Design

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Jeff Hendrickson | August 22, 2016

What’s the Context, Dude? The first question I ask the stakeholder when starting any new UX research and design project is: "What’s the context?" If that question can’t be answered, I know there’s more up-front work to be done before anything else happens. When you ask this question, be prepared...

Transforming Healthcare With Better Data and Analytics

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Terri White | August 18, 2016

The healthcare industry is awash with data – patient records, operational reports and financial statements are just the tip of the iceberg. In fact, most healthcare organizations already have the data they need to optimize performance and improve patient outcomes. So what are they missing? Join...

The Data Games

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Jake Freivald | August 16, 2016

The summer games end this weekend, wrapping up 16 exciting days of global competition and camaraderie. Spectators across the world have donned their country colors to cheer on their favorite teams and suddenly became huge fans of a few unusual sports. Hammer throw or race-walking, anyone? I love...

Summer Games 2016: All About the Data

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Kathleen Moran | August 08, 2016

The Summer Games are underway, and we could not be more excited! I personally love the woman's gymnastics and was glued to the TV last night. Did you know these games host 206 countries to compete in 28 sports for 4,924 medals... all in just 17 days?! Since we are all about analyzing data here...

Leadership for the Future: How to Approach Ethical Transparency

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Rado Kotorov | August 05, 2016

In my last "Leadership for the Future" post, I addressed ethics, leadership, and technology. And while we were able to identify three of the fundamental ethical issues emerging from the evolution of technology, we only scratched the surface. Aside from identifying ethical issues, organizations need...

Analyzing the Cost and Benefits of Hosting the Summer Games

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Kathleen Moran | August 05, 2016

The 2016 Summer Games are here! And with much speculation around the choice of this year’s host city, Rio de Janeiro, we want to revisit some key stats from our Summer Games infographic on previous host cities to see how they fared in a few crucial areas. Medals In analyzing medal counts from the...

Partner Spotlight: Information Builders Partners With VisualCue

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Branden Elwell | July 28, 2016

I’m excited to share today that VisualCue Technologies, a leader in visual analytics, is partnering with Information Builders to help more business intelligence (BI) users derive value from sophisticated data visualizations. In many ways, the Information Builders/VisualCue partnership is a match...

Get Social With Pokémon Go

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Patrick Huebgen | July 28, 2016

The Pokémon Go craze has swept the nation, with reports of as many as 25 million active users just one week after its July 7 launch. The buzz around the game isn’t contained to the app or limited to players searching for Pokémon in your neighborhood park. It’s spilling over into the news and...

Leadership for the Future: Ethics and Leadership in a Tech World

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Rado Kotorov | July 22, 2016

When it comes to ethics in the tech world we have two big topics to discuss. The first is identifying the ethical challenges and the second is determining how we nurture ethical awareness in employees. Both are big topics to tackle, so I’ll address identifying ethical challenges today and will...