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What you like in a CEO candidate may not deliver results

    What you like in a CEO candidate may not deliver results

Attributes that often get someone hired as CEO may not be the ones that drive success once they are at the helm of the company. That’s one of many provocative insights in a study by consulting firm ghSMART. The study, recently featured in Harvard Business Review, identifies characteristics that differentiate the most effective leaders.

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Frontline shipping Solver SDK (Pro and Platform) V2017

Frontline Solvers is now shipping Solver SDK (Pro and Platform) V2017, a new version of its popular software development kit for solving Monte Carlo simulation and conventional and stochastic optimization models.

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Executive Edge: Graph databases, journalists & the Panama Papers

The Panama Papers, the unprecedented leak of 11.5 million files from the database of the global law firm Mossack Fonseca, opened up the offshore tax accounts of the rich, famous and powerful – laying bare how they have exploited secretive offshore tax regimes for decades.

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Corporate Profile: SAS – Where it’s been and where it’s headed

March/April 2015 By Kathy Lange AS is the world’s largest privately held software company, with 70,000 customer sites in 138 countries, including 93 of the top 100 companies on the

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2016 Editorial Calendar

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Analyze This!: Are analytics and big data overhyped?

March/April 2013 By Vijay Mehrotra As described in the previous edition of Analyze This!, I am currently working on a

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Integrating data mining and forecasting

March/April 2013 The Dow Chemical approach to leveraging time-series data and demand sensing. By Tim Rey (Left) and Chip Wells

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Air Force’s new reality: monitoring TV shows

Can reality TV shows with stars such as Honey Boo Boo and the Kardashians teach the U.S. Air Force something about monitoring tens of thousands of hours of video? Yes, thanks to “image analytics,” the next step in data mining.

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TMA offers ‘Data Analysis Boot Camp’ for analysts and managers

The Modeling Agency (TMA), a data analytics training, consulting and solutions company, recently announced the expansion of its predictive analytics and data mining course curriculum with a new production entitled the “Data Analysis Boot Camp.”

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Driving Change: Analytics & big data: skeptics vs. enthusiasts

A quick quiz: What is a good nine- or 10-letter description of the emerging interest in business analytics and big data that ends in “-al”?

A choice that may come to mind for many is “hysterical.” This choice reflects frenzied excitement about opportunities for business analytics to solve problems often resulting from big data.

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Using machine learning and optimization to improve refugee integration

Andrew C. Trapp, a professor at the Foisie Business School at Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI), received a $320,000 National Science Foundation (NSF) grant to develop a computational tool to help humanitarian aid organizations significantly improve refugees’ chances of successfully resettling and integrating into a new country. Built upon ongoing work with an international team of computer scientists and economists, the tool integrates machine learning and optimization algorithms, along with complex computation of data, to match refugees to communities where they will find appropriate resources, including employment opportunities. Read more →

Gartner releases Healthcare Supply Chain Top 25 rankings

Gartner, Inc. has released its 10th annual Healthcare Supply Chain Top 25 ranking. The rankings recognize organizations across the healthcare value chain that demonstrate leadership in improving human life at sustainable costs. “Healthcare supply chains today face a multitude of challenges: increasing cost pressures and patient expectations, as well as the need to keep up with rapid technology advancement, to name just a few,” says Stephen Meyer, senior director at Gartner. Read more →

Meet CIMON, the first AI-powered astronaut assistant

CIMON, the world’s first artificial intelligence-enabled astronaut assistant, made its debut aboard the International Space Station. The ISS’s newest crew member, developed and built in Germany, was called into action on Nov. 15 with the command, “Wake up, CIMON!,” by German ESA astronaut Alexander Gerst, who has been living and working on the ISS since June 8. Read more →

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