How Analytics Drives Innovation in Retail

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David Kiron, MIT Sloan Management Review and Dan Mitchell, SAS

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This webinar highlights the key take-aways for the retail and consumer packaged goods industries of a major multi-year global research study sponsored by SAS, which is conducted by MIT Sloan Management Review. This most recent study uncovers key factors of business-driven innovation, including cultural and process factors, the pivotal role of data governance, and burgeoning opportunities with machine learning and artificial intelligence. Presenters: •David Kiron, Senior Editor at MIT Sloan Management Review summarizes the research findings. •Dan Mitchell, Director of the Global Retail and CPG Practice at SAS, spotlights some of the biggest take-aways for the retail and consumer packaged goods industries from the MIT research.

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