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Take a moment to think about how many times you’re interrupted by your phone or computer in a day. DING – new email. RING – someone’s calling. BUZZ – text message. DING – two more emails. POP-UP BANNER – new Instagram/Facebook/Twitter/LinkedIn notification. BUZZ – another text. And that’s just in the span of five minutes!
There’s no denying data plays a crucial role in business decision making, but organizations today face a conundrum of a different kind. In many cases, the abundance of analytics and dashboarding can be as overwhelming as the flood of data that preceded it.
Has your organization explored the principles of augmented analytics? As data increasingly becomes available to users across organizations, now’s the time to become fluent.
Analytics, it seems, are everywhere. Many companies may find the flood of analytics as overwhelming as the flood of data that preceded it. But if your organization wants to make sense of all that data and make the most of opportunities in strategy, operations and people, it needs to understand how augmented analytics can enhance its business.
“The voice of the company” is no longer just a saying, as with AI, it can now actually be heard. Conversational analytics is breaking ground in the business world as it has become a solution for enterprises to hear and measure what their clients and employees are searching for, typing or saying. Just like in the social media sphere, businesses are integrating Conversational analytics into their workflow to include sentiment analysis, enhanced social listening and greater personalization to better meet users’ needs. Despite its monumental growth and adoption rate, many businesses are still unfamiliar to what exactly CA is, and how it can improve leadership and communication skill within all tiers of a company.
Over the course of the past 20 years, we have seen a steady shift of our workforce towards the Millennials and GenZ’ers. There are some very clear and distinct characteristics of the modern workforce that differ from the aging workforce, that are not being leveraged today. When effectively understood, they have a clear and immediate impact on Enterprise Performance, which ultimately leads to sustainable economic benefits for their shareholders.
Millennials and GenZ’ers have one significant thing in common that differs from prior workforce generations, they have grown up having been apart of the digital world. In the case of Millennials, entering the digital world was more of a right of passage than for GenZ, who are being given mobile devices at earlier ages as time goes on.