“The value of data is what you... - Deepstash

“The value of data is what you do with it. Accelerating and improving innovation with data requires a culture that’s ready to take that data and run with it.”

STUDY CONDUCTED BY THE ENTERPRISE STRATEGY GROUP

3

STASHED IN:

22

STASHED IN:

0 Comments

MORE IDEAS FROM What Data Leaders Do To Keep Their Edge

  • Leaders are better at getting data into the hands of their own disruptors.
  • Dig deep into data.
  • Employ cloud analytics and observability. They’re way ahead of the pack in edge computing and observability.
  • Incentivize innovation with data. 64% of leaders provide employee bonuses tied to nonfinancial innovation metrics, versus 40% of laggards.
  • Data innovation leaders are more likely to use nonfinancial metrics to measure innovation.
  • Make innovation someone’s job. Leaders in data innovation are more likely to employ executives in innovation-centric roles.

1

STASHED IN:

21

Data leaders are more productive
  • They develop twice as many new products as lagging organizations. 
  • They're almost twice as likely to say their data-fueled product innovation has let them enter new markets and increase customer wallet share. 
  • They even have increased employee productivity by nearly twice as much as competitors.
  • Data leaders are nearly twice as likely to be directly monetizing their data.

4

STASHED IN:

23

Deepstash helps you become inspired, wiser and productive, through bite-sized ideas from the best articles, books and videos out there.

GET THE APP:

RELATED IDEA

Science behind improving memory
  • Memory is a skill and so can be improved with practice and healthy habits.
  • Neuroplasticity is our brain's capacity to change and grow through life experiences...in a nutshell, learning and memory.
  • Scientists have discovered, our memory capacity isn't fixed. It's possible to optimize neuroplasticity through brain exercises and taking care of our body.

3

STASHED IN:

140

Representational state transfer (REST) is a software architectural style that was created to guide the design and development of the architecture for the World Wide Web. REST defines a set of constraints for how the architecture of an Internet-scale distributed hypermedia system, such as the Web, should behave.

STASHED IN:

2

STASHED IN:

0 Comments

From Great Resignation to Great Realignment

For months, the Great Resignation has been looming over business leaders. Post-pandemic employees are rethinking life and work and some are heading for the doors for more fulfilling opportunities. The upheaval has largely been portrayed as a negative. But the reality is that it’s an opportunity: call it a “Great Realignment,” in which people and organizations redefine who they are.

It’s a once-in-a-generation moment for organizations to reassess and reinforce the glue that keeps them together: their values. 

9

STASHED IN:

16