- Producer19/10/2016Marketing Case Study Panasonic 4For building the brand strategy, all the philosophy of co-founders, core significant components. In particularly, whole their stories telling us the secret of the foundation on each brand. Each brand has their own story, and there driving of history...
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Comments02/09/2016 #7 Lisa GallagherAll so complicated, that is unless, someone like you is putting this all together on producer from your phone @Gerald Hecht?! You deserve a medal just for that. So drug testing goes through 4 stages? Are they fairly certain that the drug will be marketed by the time it hits phase 4? I heard phase 3 can take up to 3 years?23/08/2016 #5 Gerald Hecht#1 @Deb Helfrich definitely not here! I may be able to advise when we start getting dispatches from the outside again; the vet school at LSU has (probably had) a hyperbaric chamber; I would give myself sessions when it wasn't in use; always seemed invigorating (but this is anecdotal), like "dialysis for the brain"...
- Producer11/08/2016What Do Predictive Analytics Consultants Do? - Part 1I am often asked about the kinds of Analytics I perform as a consultant to address the questions my clients pose. The “real question” behind this is: What kind of Analytics do I get to engage in? The focus of this article is on what kinds of things...
- Producer13/08/2016Marketing & Big Data: The Good the Bad and the Ugly (Redux)The temptation to form premature theories upon insufficient data is the bane of our profession. —Sherlock Holmes  Big Data is here, has been for some time, and will probably be here for some time to come. In the article, I’ll tackle...
Comments13/08/2016 #2 CityVP ManjitI have a penchant for talking about 21st Century thinking and analytics for me is a great example of this, so I really welcome the quality of these buzz's because it is so much easier and even fashionable to talk about social media or leadership or even happiness, when the nitty gritty of everyday processes are being informed by the very thinking elucidated here. It might be popular to say correlation is not causation but to really understand that saying is another matter entirely. I am bit by bit gaining a better handled how to think analytically and statistically through each buzz I read from Jeffrey Strickland.
- 29/07/2016While looking through the interests of Dilba Balbi I found her interest in ZBB. What is ZBB? It turns out it is a really simple idea but one that I had not considered before - it is called Zero Cost Budgeting and it has been around for more than 50 years, had its moment in the 70's and now is beginning to revive as a business idea again.What is Zero-Based Budgeting (ZBB)? An introduction to the history and concept of Zero-Based Budgeting (ZBB) and how it conceptually differs from traditional budgeting...
Comments29/07/2016 #1 CityVP ManjitFive Myths and Realities about Zero Based Budgeting http://www.mckinsey.com/business-functions/strategy-and-corporate-finance/our-insights/five-myths-and-realities-about-zero-based-budgeting
- Producer14/07/2016Why Data Analytics is like SoccerThere is no fully automated Data Science. You need to get your hands dirty. Kamil BartochaI started playing soccer when I was in the 9th grade and continued to play for 32 years. I also coached three teams. My passion was goaltending (goalie),...
Comments15/07/2016 #6 Donna-Luisa EversleySuccess is really no accident, for it to be attained and sustained. Data analytics for me is a challenge, but I have found I know more today than I did a few years ago, and its because I'm never discouraged when faced with a challenge, and youtube can be a great teacher . Thanks for this @Jeffrey Strickland !
- Producer22/06/2016beBee will represent the EU in Silicon Valley as the "next EU unicorns"It's my pleasure to inform you that beBee has been selected in the top 15 EU scaleups! beBee will represent the EU in Silicon Valley as the "next EU unicorns"Startup Europe Comes to Silicon Valley (SEC2SV) is a mission that seeks to connect the dots...
Comments16/08/2016 #75 Franci Eugenia Hoffman#74 Thank you for this @Javier beBee. This is a nice concise description that I can use for my WordPress followers. I have a weekly post on my blog called Tuesday Chatter. One of my features in Tuesday Chatter is "As the Honey Drizzles", which is about beBee. I have had some followers ask me to describe beBee and this is perfect.
I am also an author for another blog, which is increasing my followers rapidly, as it creates a ping back to my blog. More exposure for beBee!! Yipbee! Make it a great day.15/08/2016 #74 Javier beBeeFor those who are asking me what is beBee :),...... beBee is about professional networking through personal interests and hobbies. Take golfers, for example. It is the same concept but applied to all professions and personal interests or hobbies. Personal interests generate much more professional engagement and better business opportunities."28/06/2016 #60 Rafiqul IslamBest wishes for BeBee! Being a StartUp Global Link always with BeBee!
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- Producer06/07/2016Framing the FrameJim Murray took my original clanky post on Framing, and reworked it to his flowing and superb style of narrative. Thank you Jim. Here is the reworked version: Behavioral economics is the study of decision making in an economic and...
Comments08/07/2016 #22 Gert Scholtz#21 @Phil Friedman Thank you for your detailed comments Phil. The way I look at it: The intrinsic value of a share, as based on asset value of the company and / or expected future cash flows, is a constant at the time of a share split and it would be illogical to ascribe a higher value based only on the intrinsic value at the time of the share split. However, a share split does result in the share being more tradeable and more liquid, and this may well result in an increase in perceived value. So yes, the reference in the article is not totally correct. Thanks for reading and have a great day!07/07/2016 #21 Phil Friedman@Gert Scholtz, to my mind, this is a major problem in the behavioral sciences, including empirical economics. Namely, very simple rational analysis is often overlooked. To wit, you say, "In the most common form of share split, one share is replaced by two, each with halve the value of the original share, yet together still the same value. For example a share of $80 would split into two shares of $40 each. Often there is a perception of increased value created when companies split their shares. Yahoo announced their share split and the share price surged 16% the next day." There is nothing surprising or noteworthy about this. The mistake being made is in ASSUMING that the perceived value of a stock in as a share of something real, for example, the assets of the company. The fact is that nowadays the stock market is nothing more nor less than a parimutuel betting window. When a stock is split, everyone PERCEIVES that the total value of each pair of resulting shares is greater than the immediately prior value of a single pre-split share, NOT because they think the inherent value of the share has increased, but because they expect that post-split the shares will almost immediately begin to appreciate -- which is born out by the Yahoo example you give. That the author you refer to is simply mistaken when he implies that the perceived of the split shares accrue to the shares, when in fact, it accrues to the perceived greater potential for short term appreciation. Otherwise some good points covered and made. Nice piece, Thank you for sharing. Cheers!07/07/2016 #16 Ken BoddieOK @Gert Scholtz and @Kevin Pashuk, since we're on the subjects of psychology, marketing and engineers, let's look at how we can psycho-analyse a glass of water.
The optimist says it's half full, the pessimist says it's half empty, and the engineer says it's twice the size for which it should have been designed. 🤓07/07/2016 #13 Ken BoddieInteresting 'psychonomical' precis, @Gert Scholtz. Engineers have been designing road pavements on a similar principle for decades. Pavements, for example, all fail, due to repeat loading and associated material fatigue or differential strain accumulation. This is unfortunately inevitable and all pavements have a finite life, estimated as part of the design process, after which they will require some form of remediation or reconstruction. This concept is invariably sold positively, whereby designing on a 95 percentile basis (rather than say 90 percentile or 80 percentile) is most often described as a 95% chance of exceeding the estimated design life, rather than a 5% chance that failure will occur before the anticipated design life. Perhaps this might also explain why there are so many psycho engineers running around out there? 😰07/07/2016 #10 Brian McKenzie#9 I specialize in breaking things. I will subvert, overthrow, derail and destroy - just like the enemy will - because I don't play by your 'rules' nor do I abide by the sunny pedantic optimism.... and I have been right on too many counts to be ignored..... One time I helped overthrow South Korea in a war game...... because that is what the enemy would do...... there were more than a few pissed off and embarrassed O-5's and O-6's on that one. (Luckily the Admiral loved it)
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- Producer15/06/2016Statistical ThinkingIt is difficult enough to be bamboozled by statistics and left empty headed by statistical process, without realizing that the real value of statistics is to think statistically. Before I can even begin to think mathematically, I need to pursue...