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Experimental Enterprise, The: Building a Data-Driven Business (SVDS Video Series)

Experimental Enterprise, The: Building a Data-Driven Business (SVDS Video Series)

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  • Copyright 2017
  • Edition: 1st
  • Online Video
  • ISBN-10: 0-13-465384-X
  • ISBN-13: 978-0-13-465384-6

Over 90 Minutes  of Video Training
 
Description
 
Being data-driven is a hot phrase, but what does it mean in practice? As the tide of digitization rises, every industry sector is poised to be transformed: digital manufacture such as 3D printing has commoditized prototyping and product development; mobile apps have put every business in direct contact with their customers; and the Internet of Things promises the ability to manipulate processes and environment. The result of this digitization is an unprecedented flood of data.

The ability to make decisions based on this data, and to use it to experiment rapidly, has become an imperative for today’s companies who wish to play a part in tomorrow’s market. An “experimental enterprise” is a company whose infrastructure is designed to make experimentation possible and efficient. It is not about finding analytical fairy dust that you can sprinkle to make everything better, but rather a deep-rooted approach to operations, innovation, and competition.

Although digitization is unquestionably an issue for the entire company, it places a laser focus on the IT organization. In a digitized marketplace, IT must transform from being “faster paper” to one in which it underpins strategic advantage. This is not an incremental change, but a radical reassessment. Within IT, there are six critical building blocks that can be used to build an experimental enterprise: the cloud, devops, and open source; agile development and platforms; and data science. This video introduces each of these building blocks in turn, and explains how the audience can use them in their own organizations to adapt and thrive under challenging and rapidly changing market conditions.
 

About Silicon Valley Data Science

Silicon Valley Data Science is a boutique consulting firm specializing in business transformation through data science and engineering. We are a company of experienced software engineers, architects, data scientists, strategists, and designers with expertise in data-driven product development and experimentation. We work in holistic teams trained in strategic and agile approaches: whether you're using your data to understand your customers or build new go-to-market offerings, we help you align each project with your business objectives so that together we can create meaningful capabilities and capture value early and often.

Skill Level

  • Beginner to Intermediate

What You Will Learn
  • An integrated understanding of how new technology can enable business strategy, create new products, and drive revenue.
  • A better appreciation for the advantages that open source technologies can offer.
  • An understanding that new tools and platforms are not isolated, but rather, when used together, can be leveraged to create huge competitive advantages.

Who Should Take This Course
  • C-suite level decision-makers–particularly the CEO, COO, CIO, and CDO–as well as senior level VPs, and anyone else involved in making sure technology is used well to achieve desired business objectives and drive market outcomes.

Table of Contents
 
Lesson 1: Introduction
1.1 Data is Your Business
1.2 From the Web to the World
1.3 Components of the Experimental Enterprise

Lesson 2: Data Science
2.1 Running Experiments
2.2 Establishing Causality for Change
2.3 Defining Success for Data Science Projects

Lesson 3: Agile Development
3.1 Agile Data Science
3.2 All About Agile
3.3 Constructing an Agile Project
3.4 Managing Agile Projects
3.5 Agile Benefits for Business

Lesson 4: Platforms and APIs
4.1 Platform and API Oriented Approaches
4.2 Data Services for Innovation
4.3 Data Platforms for Creating Value
4.4 Building an Internal Platform Ecosystem

Lesson 5: Cloud
5.1 Agility and the Cloud
5.2 Scaling Characteristics Forge New Economies
5.3 Public or Private?

Lesson 6: DevOps
6.1 The Rise of DevOps
6.2 Testing
6.3 Benefits of DevOps for Business

Lesson 7: Open Source
7.1 Open Source in the Enterprise
7.2 Benefits of Open Source for Business

Summary
 
About LiveLessons Video Training
 
The LiveLessons Video Training series publishes hundreds of hands-on, expert-led video tutorials covering a wide selection of technology topics designed to teach you the skills you need to succeed. This professional and personal technology video series features world-leading author instructors published by your trusted technology brands: Addison-Wesley, Cisco Press, IBM Press, Pearson IT Certification, Prentice Hall, Sams, and Que. Topics include: IT Certification, Programming, Web Development, Mobile Development, Home and Office Technologies, Business and Management, and more.  View all LiveLessons on InformIT at: http://www.informit.com/livelessons
 

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Table of Contents

Lesson 1: Introduction
1.1 Data is Your Business
1.2 From the Web to the World
1.3 Components of the Experimental Enterprise

Lesson 2: Data Science
2.1 Running Experiments
2.2 Establishing Causality for Change
2.3 Defining Success for Data Science Projects

Lesson 3: Agile Development
3.1 Agile Data Science
3.2 All About Agile
3.3 Constructing an Agile Project
3.4 Managing Agile Projects
3.5 Agile Benefits for Business

Lesson 4: Platforms and APIs
4.1 Platform and API Oriented Approaches
4.2 Data Services for Innovation
4.3 Data Platforms for Creating Value
4.4 Building an Internal Platform Ecosystem

Lesson 5: Cloud
5.1 Agility and the Cloud
5.2 Scaling Characteristics Forge New Economies
5.3 Public or Private?

Lesson 6: DevOps
6.1 The Rise of DevOps
6.2 Testing
6.3 Benefits of DevOps for Business

Lesson 7: Open Source
7.1 Open Source in the Enterprise
7.2 Benefits of Open Source for Business

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