So many people dream of becoming their own boss or succeeding in their chosen profession, and with the resources available today, more entrepreneurs and professionals are achieving great success! However, success should be defined for the long term. As opportunities start to grow, so does the competition.
Getting your business up and running or starting on your career path is one thing, but having a sustainable business or career is another. Many people make the mistake of making plans, but having no follow-through. This is where analytics comes in.
Don't you wish you had the power to know what your target consumers are thinking? Don't you want to have a preview of what future trends to expect in the market you are in?
Well, this book is just the one you need. This book will teach you, in simple and easy-to-understand terms, how to take advantage of data from your daily operations and make such data a powerful tool that can influence how well your business does over time. The contents of this book are designed to help you use data to your advantage to enhance business outcomes!
Here's what this book will teach you:
- Why data is your single most powerful tool
- How to conduct data analysis to enhance your business
- Which steps to take in performing predictive analysis
- What techniques you need to employ to achieve sustainable success
- Regression techniques
- Machine learning strategies
- Risk management tips
- And much, much, more
Ce que les auditeurs disent de Analytics
It was ok but had a lot of fluff.
It was ok but had a lot of fluff. Not the worst book on the subject but not the best either.
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Repetitive and lacking insight
What could have made this a 4 or 5-star listening experience for you?
More detail on the subject matter.
What didn’t you like about Martin James’s performance?
Narration is fine.
If you could play editor, what scene or scenes would you have cut from Analytics?
All the repetitive fluff about big data, big data will change the world, and its use will increase "a lot". Europe could save 100 billion using big data. US could save another big number.
Any additional comments?
Really disappointing first use of audible.