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Business Analytics Model Risk Working Group

June 19, 2013

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BAMRWG

  This is a review committee working group for practitioners and academics to establish a formal definition and set of classification criteria regarding business analytics model risk. This group has been established based upon interest and feedback concerning a recent set of posts regarding business analytics model risk: http://tinyurl.com/ktabt3q For those interested, you can join the […]

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Adopting Analytics Culture: 6. What information is gained from social network analysis? (6 of 7)

June 17, 2013

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PART 6 OF 7 IN A SERIES ON ADOPTING ANALYTICS CULTURE LINK TO HEADER ARTICLE LINK TO PREVIOUS ARTICLE (5 of 7) 6.    What particular information is gained from social network analysis and how is it interpreted? To recap, we have established that adopting analytics culture requires organizational change management.  Beyond analytics technology and expertise, […]

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Business analytics model risk (part 0 of 5): framing model risk – the complexity genie and the challenge of deciding on decision models

June 13, 2013

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Model Risk

Business analytics model risk (part 0 of 5): framing model risk – the complexity genie and the challenge of deciding on decision models Introduction to a series of five articles on model risk Here we introduce a series of five articles seeking to frame, define, and categorize business analytics model risk.  The intention is to […]

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Adopting Analytics Culture: 5. How can change management be improved via analytics? (5 of 7)

June 12, 2013

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Organizational network

PART 5 OF 7 IN A SERIES ON ADOPTING ANALYTICS CULTURE LINK TO HEADER ARTICLE LINK TO PREVIOUS ARTICLE (4 of 7) 5.    How can change management be improved via analytics? We have built-up the case for using organizational change management to adopt analytics culture.  By analytics culture, we mean the set of both formal […]

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Adopting Analytics Culture: 4. Why is the change management track record so poor? (4 of 7)

June 11, 2013

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PART 4 OF 7 IN A SERIES ON ADOPTING ANALYTICS CULTURE LINK TO HEADER ARTICLE LINK TO PREVIOUS IN SERIES (3 of 7) 4.  Why is the change management track record so poor? Why are the results of change management initiatives so unpredictable and the outcomes so uncertain?  Earlier in this series, it was proposed […]

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Business analytics model risk (part 4 of 5): categorizing model risk

June 5, 2013

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Business analytics model risk (part 4 of 5):  categorizing model risk Following from article 3 of 5 on Business Analytics Model Risk Link to introductory header article (0 of 5) Model risk cannot easily be spoken of as a singular entity.  The topic is complicated in that there are multiple ways of categorizing model risk.  As […]

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Business analytics model risk (part 3 of 5): model scoping and complexity

June 5, 2013

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Business analytics model risk (part 3 of 5):  model scoping and complexity Following from article 2 of 5 on Business Analytics Model Risk Link to introductory header article (0 of 5) In a the first article in this set on business analytics model validation (https://sctr7.com/2013/03/14/model-risk-when-is-a-business-analytics-model-validated/), it was proposed, in summary, that: 1) business decision models are […]

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Business analytics model risk (part 2 of 5): saving the kingdom, one nail at a time…

June 5, 2013

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For want of a nail...

Business analytics model risk (part 2 of 5):  saving the kingdom, one nail at a time… Following from article 1 of 5 on Business Analytics Model Risk Link to introductory header article (0 of 5) For want of a nail the shoe was lost, for want of a shoe the horse was lost; and for want […]

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Adopting Analytics Culture: 3. How Does Change Management Work? (3 of 7)

June 2, 2013

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PART 3 OF 7 IN A SERIES ON ADOPTING ANALYTICS CULTURE LINK TO HEADER ARTICLE LINK TO PREVIOUS ARTICLE IN SERIES (2 of 7) 3.  How does change management work? At the core, change management sees the organization as a network of interconnected interests, both shared and conflicting. An organization can be viewed as being […]

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Adopting Analytics Culture: 2. Is Change Management Effective? (2 of 7)

June 1, 2013

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Change Management

PART 2 OF 7 IN A SERIES ON ADOPTING ANALYTICS CULTURE LINK TO HEADER ARTICLE LINK TO PREVIOUS ARTICLE IN SERIES (1 of 7) 2.  Is change management effective? When organizational change initiatives are undertaken, there is a common assumption that, after some struggling, the firm will improve.  With reorganizations there is often an assumption […]

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