Online business tv is changing business development strategy in the way businesses generate demand and nurture new prospects.
Advanced data analytics is set to drive the way we navigate this world of digital transformation. The Big Data explosion is comparable to the Cambrian Explosion, which resulted in the creation of all life on earth. Hal Varian, Chief Economist at Google in Think Quarterly pointed out that ‘between the dawn of civilisation and 2003,
Human decision making is based on experience and judgement. Experience itself comprises memories, of which there are several different types: Semantic, episodic, motor and procedural memories are defined by psychologists as different capacities of a human brain. Some memories have to be consciously ‘dug out’, whereas others are almost innate –for example riding a bicycle.
The way companies and professionals undertake business development and prospecting for new clients is changing. For those in a B2C environment there is a major technological and demographic shift to adapt to. When it comes to professionals, and those in a B2B environment, the way we go about business development is being transformed by the
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We are swamped with data – even our movements are tracked by mobile networks, and stored. Our web tracks are everywhere and our purchasing habits both online and offline are fully traceable. Businesses and security agencies are swamped with data, and yet there is widespread dissatisfaction about query tools and data analytics. Ask the right
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Sara Daw on real-time intelligence to aid decision-making.