Consultant/Instructor, Arizona State University
Phil Simon is a frequent keynote speaker and recognized technology authority. He is the award-winning author of eight management books. He consults organizations on analytics, communications, strategy, data, and technology. His contributions have been featured in the Harvard Business Review, the New York Times, and on Fox News, and many other sites. He teaches analytics, system design, and business intelligence at Arizona State University's W. P. Carey School of Business.
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Analytics: The Agile Way
The Visual Organization: Data Visualization, Big Data, and the Quest for Better Decisions
By Phil Simon
An increasing number of organizations have realized that today’s volume, variety, and velocity of data require new applications. The Visual Organization demonstrates how a new breed of progressive enterprises has turned traditional data visualization on its head. They are embracing new, interactive, and more robust tools, and as a result, they are asking better questions and making better business decisions. This book is required reading for executives, professionals, and students interested in unleashing the power of data.
Too Big to Ignore: The Business Case for Big Data
By Phil Simon
This book shows you how to find the potential gold in a sea of unstructured data; demonstrates how organizations are using Big Data, and related solutions, to identify hidden trends, issues, problems, and opportunities; covers the tools and applications that can help your business effectively leverage Big Data.
- Len Tashman is the founding editor of Foresight: The International Journal of Applied Forecasting, now in its 10th year of publication
- Udo Sglavo is Vice President of Advanced Analytics at SAS Institute.
- Michael Gilliland is Product Marketing Manager for SAS forecasting software and author of The Business Forecasting Deal.
- Ron Cody, EdD, a retired professor from the Robert Wood Johnson Medical School now works as a private consultant and a national instructor for SAS Institute.