Shortlisted for CMI Management Book of the year award 2013 (New Manager category)
an accessible and timely introduction to the data mining work of quantitative analysts.” Named it one of Four Books [that] Should Top Every Marketer’s Summer Reading List.” Forbes.com
goes into fascinating detail about how Intel and other successful companiesincluding Verizon Wireless, TD Bank Group, and Merckhelp managers and data scientists understand each other well enough to collaborate effectively.” CNNMoney/Fortune magazine
perfect for professionals who want a better grounding in understanding and applying data results to business goals” Midwest Book Review
Written for readers without a business degree or background in statistics, Keeping Up With the Quants explains how to read, interpret, and glean value from your data.” T+D magazine (American Society for Training & Development)
the book makes for great reading for leaders trying to corral data in their organization.” Small Business Trends (smallbiztrends.com)
Decision makers who want to understand how to utilize Big Data have a useful primer in Keeping Up with the Quants." BizEd magazine
a terrific book for those who aspire to be data-savvy consumers or managers, even for those who might become quants one day themselves.” Seeking Alpha
ADVANCE PRAISE for Keeping Up with the Quants:
Erik Brynjolfsson, professor, MIT Sloan School of Management; coauthor, Race Against the Machine
As digital information becomes ever more abundant, quantitative literacy becomes ever more essential. There is no better guide to this new landscape than Keeping Up with the Quants.”
Daryl Morey, General Manager, Houston Rockets
Tom Davenport is the number one analytics expert in the world today. Whether you are an executive looking to integrate analytics in your decision making or a manager seeking to generate better conversations with the quants in your organization, this is the book for you.”
Jim Goodnight, cofounder and CEO, SAS
Analytics experts understand that the path to knowledge includes advanced data analysis. To bring everyone else up to speed, this book is required reading.”
Dr. Seung-Han Lee CBE, Chairman and CEO, Homeplus Group (Tesco Korea)
Insight comes from analytics. You can learn how to find treasure in your data from this book.”
Tim Phillipps, Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu Limited Global Leader, Deloitte Analytics
Analytics is not just a fadit’s the future. If you are looking for a competitive data edge, this book is for you.”
Dr. Gary W. Loveman, Chairman and CEO, Caesars Entertainment, Inc.
Keeping Up with the Quants provides a compelling and accessible road map for managers to understand the process by which analytic questions are framed, examined, and turned into powerful business insights.”
About the Author
Thomas H. Davenport is the President’s Distinguished Chair at Babson College and a research fellow at the MIT Center for Digital Business. He is also a senior advisor to Deloitte Analytics and the cofounder and research director of the International Institute for Analytics. Davenport is the coauthor of Competing on Analytics and Analytics at Work. This is the seventeenth book he has authored, coauthored, or edited.
Jinho Kim is a professor of business and statistics at the Korea National Defense University and the research director of the KNDU Lab for Analytics Research. He holds a PhD from the Wharton School and is the author of six books published in Korea, including the bestselling 100 Common Senses in Statistics and Freak Statistics. He has developed and run an educational program for building individuals’ analytical skills. His current research focuses on the use of analytical methods to address various issues in business and society.