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Paul Roehrig, VP & Global Managing Director, Center for The Future of Work, Cognizant Technology Solutions

Countless apps now make our lives more convenient and fun, but – let’s be honest – they haven’t really improved the more important elements of our lives, like how we bank, stay healthy, insure our families, educate our children.

But this is changing. Digital technologies – including AI, algorithms, bots, smart devices and big data – are beginning to impact not only things that are fun, but also work that matters. This includes game-changing productivity improvements that compress weeks-long processes into a blink, customize services that morph as we do, lead to more accurate diagnoses and predictions – the list goes on.

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Michael Adebisi, Director, NewTime Consulting, Ltd.

There’s no question about it: managing the massive, burgeoning scope of Big Data is one of the biggest challenges that companies face now and in the future. Big Data analytics promise to supply answers that fuel effective redirection of company strategies and resources when necessary. But how can CEOs in today’s thin-ice business arena manage the enormity of Big Data, trust that their advisers are choosing and processing correctly, and recover quickly if their management team is wrong? The answer comes from understanding the size and scope of Big Data and avoiding common mistakes.

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Ruth Veloria, Executive Dean, The University of Phoenix School of Business

Essential Question: How can the CEO or business leader use data analytics to the benefit of his or her organization? How can data help inform decisions, drive customer engagement and streamline business operations beyond what we’re seeing now?



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