: Eight Rules for Big Data :
Posted on 14-01-2012
Filed Under (events, expertise, sdr, speaking) by aweigend

Here are the Eight Rules discussed in the Master Classes on “Big Data, Smart Metrics and Customer Centricity” in Shanghai, Singapore, London, and at Stanford in January 2012:

  1. Collect everything
  2. Give data to get data (reciprocity)
  3. Start with the problem, not with the data
  4. Focus on metrics that matter to your customers (customer-centric metrics)
  5. Drop irrelevant constraints
  6. Embrace transparency (no data husbandry)
  7. Make it trivially easy for people to connect, contribute, and collaborate
  8. Let people do what people are good at, and computers do what computers are good at
And remember: Thou shalt not blame technology for barriers of institutions and society

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