Business Statistics By Sp Gupta Pdf Free LINK Download
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innovative companies understand that in the data-driven economy, creative firms will have to use big data to fuel rapid innovation. but they also need a platform from which they can scale their innovation. this will only work if they share big data, and it is only in the sharing of data that the value of big data will be realised.
this is the challenge of data-driven innovation. we will increasingly be consumers, but we will be consuming smarter. if we are to avoid a destructive spiral, we need a more intelligent public sector and a better product of public service.
with this in mind, gupta’s research shows how public services can be boosted by using data with a view to rapidly improving decision-making, providing reliable forecasts for governments and other agencies. he argues that the problem of our contemporary governance systems is that they allow bureaucrats to pick and choose which data to use. this is clearly not an efficient use of information.
the wider aim is to transform the way in which we govern. data will not only revolutionise public services, it will create effective governance for societies as a whole. new governance systems will be based on the same principles as public sector systems. public agencies will no longer have sole access to the information they require. rather, every business, every individual and every organisation will be able to use data to benefit society.
in this graphic work, the author has painted a series of dynamic diagrams with the intention of depicting the connection between information technology, the economic environment and the outsourcing movement. the topic is interwoven within the narratives of each of the nine paintings. in the process, he has created a body of work that subverts the confines of conventional portraiture by transforming black and white photographs into multi-coloured, symbol-rich compositions.
the work features a series of paintings in oil paint on canvas the size of 24 x 30 inches. the text portions of the work are paper-mounted to the canvas using a combination of adhesives and transparent, vinyl-based glues.
each painting also features a second photograph that is featured as the background image. though the paintings were not all painted at once, the author has compiled the entire series together in this edition,
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Some apps simply dont fit into the freemium model. For example, a freemium game that has a single monthly subscription (e.g. Candy Crush Saga) doesnt make much sense. In this case, the developer should either drop the freemium model or offer a metered model. However, the developer could also consider extending the trial period past the one month trial. In this way, the developer would lose little from forfeiting the first month of revenue; the trial period would be extended and the developer would retain the trial income and would be free to charge the users of the full product.
When you send someone a performance report, why do you take the easy route? Why not use the same tools and metrics that the consultants do? Thats the thinking behind The Performance Guide, a new book written by BusinessWeek Editor in Chief, Linda Tripodi. This book takes the reader on a whirlwind tour of the best practices for measuring the performance of a company. The information in this book could dramatically improve the way you use the Performance Scorecard Tool and the industrys other performance tools.
As part of its campaign to promote performance management, Microsoft has focused on conversations with employees about the practices that enable an organization to be more successful. Involving the leader of your business in a conversation about the future of the company helps set the priorities. Its also helpful if the discussion comes with a list of steps for action. The opportunity in a conversation with the leader is to provide a vision of the future of the company. This can help the leader to better understand the vision of the company and, as a result, make more informed decisions. Also, the conversation with the leader gives those who are responsible for the business a better understanding of the strategy of the company.