By Phil Noble , Ben Apted , Tim Morris   /

ARTICLE SUMMARY

Big Data has been well recognised as a potential driver of business success. Yet when looking at how to both plan and execute on data-related initiatives, many organisations still take a traditional approach in an attempt to reap the benefits that big data can deliver – rather than considering a more agile approach.

Taking a more agile approach to big data programs can reduce risk, speed up early outcomes, and ultimately, lead to greater success.

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Phil Noble  /  Founder & Managing Partner

Phil Noble is the Founder and Managing Partner of SPP. He is an experienced General Manager, Consultant and Entrepreneur and has worked in a wide range of industries including financial services, telecommunications, infrastructure and Not for Profit.  Phil has...

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Tim Morris  /  Engagement Manager

I work with C-Suite executives to help steer organisations towards success. I'm passionate about supporting my clients solve the big questions and tackle the difficult problems, especially when innovative, new thinking is needed.

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By Phil Noble , Ben Apted , Tim Morris   /