Good decision-making is being made ever more important by globalisation, automation, AI, and other drivers of rapid change. It’s one of the few human activities that can’t be automated, though it can be aided by powerful computational tools—such as data analytics.
In an event sponsored by Westpac and AlphaZetta, Dr Eugene Dubossarsky painted a picture of what the future of analytics could look like if analytics were routinely done right. Data literacy would be as universal as computer literacy is today, and “executives” defined and rewarded by their ability to decide well. Organisations would be structured, incentivised and managed following the effective measurement and analysis of the most important metrics.
Watch the full presentation to find out more about what that future could bring.