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Its a good book for understanding the theoretical concepts of data analytics with DELTA.
I read it as part of my Certified Business Intelligence Professional (CBIP) certification and I would highly recommend it for this exam or generally.
The book offers a comprehensive discussion of the strategies, organization structure and execution implications of analytics in the enterprise.
This book is very good for business leaders, consultants, and the likes. It provides you with so many examples why there is a need to move your organization into analytics. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Giusseppe
Was very superficial take on the subject. Targeted for business audience. I was hoping that I will at learnn something on analytics strategy. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Chandler
As a previous student of Mr. Davenport's, and having also read 'Competing on Analytics' and 'Predictive Analytics', I wrongly assumed that this book would be a plethora of examples... Read morePublished 13 months ago by G. Prevost
I bought it as a course requirement from my professor. Turned out to be much nicer than I thought it would be.Published 19 months ago by Paritosh
This book provided for me critical, foundational background knowledge as I researched for and wrote my book (on the topic of predictive analytics). Read morePublished 20 months ago by Eric Siegel
I was expecting to take away , something that I could implement at work. This book is not for someone already working in analytics. Extremely high level information. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Analyst
Good book based on the subject. Don't know much about other books in this category to compare this one to.Published 21 months ago by Amazon Customer
Its a good book for understanding the theoretical concepts of data analytics with DELTA.The examples are good and easier to understand.Published on September 30, 2012 by Cynthia
From baseball to Wall Street, stories abound about the ways data and analytics change the games people play for fun and profit. Professor Thomas H. Davenport, executive Jeanne G. Read morePublished on September 7, 2012 by Rolf Dobelli