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You know you have tons of data, and probably have more unstructured data than you may even want to admit. So, how do you find the right talent to make sense of it?

Sarah Gates, Vice President for Research at the International Institute for Analytics, will speak on May 16 at the Dell Booth #2606 to provide you with some informative insights and give you a reality check on your current approach to your data.

Her presentation titled, “Big Data, Big Problems: Cultivating Talent in the Enterprise,” will be an eye-opener. So, be prepared to take notes and ask questions. Here’s the abstract:

Finding, retaining and leveraging analytic talent is the most pressing issue facing organizations maturing their analytic capabilities. Many existing staff and management don’t currently have the skills needed to leverage data effectively, there are not enough skilled analytics professionals and data scientists in the workforce to keep up with demand, and as a result organizations are struggling to retain and effectively leverage the analysts they do have.

This presentation will share insights from IIA’s research to help attendees mitigate these challenges, including:

  • Insight into the traits and preferences of analytics professionals
  • How to retain analytics professionals in this highly competitive job market
  • Identification of different analytic roles and their importance in delivering business value
  • Methods for increasing your supply of analytics professionals• Models for organizing analytics professionals to provide the highest value to your

Big Data, Big Problems: Cultivating Talent in the Enterprise

Date: Thursday, May 16
Time: 10:30 a.m
Dell Booth# 2606

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