From Data to Decisions III: Lessons from Early Analytics Programs
Author(s): Partnership and IBM
Publication Date: 11/12/2013
Publication Topics: Critical Skills and Mission Critical Occupations, Leadership, Innovation
Publication Type: Research Reports and Surveys
How can agency leaders and program managers get past the hype about big data to reap mission value from analytics? That’s what the Partnership for Public Service and the IBM Center for the Business of Government set out to learn from agency experts whose data-driven programs predate the iPhone, Google and even the internet. Their proven practices for starting and sustaining analytics-based programs are presented in the new report, “From Data to Decisions III: Lessons from Early Analytics Programs.”
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