Archive | October, 2014

Do You Know Who Owns Analytics at Your Company?

October 13, 2014


Article observing the centralizing tendency of analytics and the corresponding need for a cross-functional perspective.

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How AIG Moved Toward Evidence-Based Decision Making

October 12, 2014


Post on AIG’s adoption of evidence based decision making: data analytics depends upon organizational management of decisions, which is influenced by decision culture and processes.

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Anti money laundering (AML): the network graph analytics approach

October 10, 2014


The fight against fraud and AML often hits a ‘brick wall’ when encountering labyrinthian international, corporate structures. Even well-known brands such as Google and Starbucks, use controversial, though currently accepted, international structures to optimize capital flows and to reduce tax liabilities, for instance the so-called Double Irish or Dutch Sandwich. Due to this complexity, increasingly […]

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Manager-machine: analytics, artificial intelligence, and the uncertain future of management

October 7, 2014



As many traditional industrial age business functions become subject to disintermediation by automation and expert analytics systems, new industries and value propositions will need to be framed by an emerging generation of leaders.

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Analytics, Big Data, and the Future of Management: RSM Leadership Summit 2014

October 4, 2014

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Summary of the 2014 RSM Leadership Summit ‘Big Data, What’s in it for Me?’

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Fraud analytics: collected links

October 1, 2014


Recent collected posts and links to fraud detection and mitigation items: Network analytics for fraud detection & mitigation (video demostration) Part 1 video demo Part 2 video demo Semantics analytics lecture (Erasmus RSM) Demonstration of semantic analytics (video demonstration) Blog post Excuse me, do you speak fraud? Blog post Network analytics for fraud detection Blog post Network analytics: more than […]

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