How Enterprise Search + Business Intelligence Reveal Market Pulse


How Enterprise Search + Business Intelligence Reveal Market Pulse

It's important to keep a pulse on the market and be prepared for new conditions in an instant. Business intelligence can help search with that.

Understanding Market based Programming (English version)

Short explanation of The Market Based Programming Framework. Designed to help humanitarian actors understand market approaches in fragile contexts. It was developed by the Markets in Crises (MiC) Community of Practice in 2015 and updated in 2017 and 2021. Market-based programming or market-based interventions support local markets and contribute to positive market systems change. Support ranges from actions that deliver immediate relief to those that proactively strengthen and catalyse local market systems or market hubs. Some degree of market analysis is a critical part of all situation and response analyses. At a minimum, all humanitarian programming should be “market aware.” The better humanitarian and development actors understand markets, the deeper they can engage with markets.
Produced by the Markets in Crises (MiC) Community of Practice. Narrated by Karri Byrne

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The Enterprise in an Age of Networks | SAPPHIRE NOW Keynote 2021: Registration for 2022 is now open

It’s not too late to register! Sign up today for your free pass to SAP Sapphire 2022. This year’s program offers three regional event experiences, in languages and in time zones that work for you.

Lessons from the past year show us that a new world is emerging. An interconnected world where people, relationships, and resources come together to solve the world’s greatest challenges. SAP CEO Christian Klein and thought leaders from various industries explored the innovations your business can leverage today to become a more resilient, sustainable, and intelligent enterprise. 

– Christian Klein, Chief Executive Officer (CEO), SAP
– Julia White, Chief Marketing and Solutions Officer and Member of the Executive Board, SAP
– Jeff Denton, Vice President, Global Secure Supply Chain, AmerisourceBergen Corporation
– Paige Wei-Cox, SVP, Global Head, SAP Business Network, SAP
– David Volk, Senior Director, Clinical Supply, Roche and Michael Schmidt, Co-Founder & Member of – -Executive Board, Tenthpin Management Consultants AG
– Joey Zwillinger, Co-founder, Co-CEO, Allbirds Inc.
– Interview with Prof. Hasso Plattner, Chairman of the SAP Supervisory Board, SAP

00:00 SAPPHIRE NOW Keynote 2021
00:49 Christian Klein, CEO, SAP
13:39 Julia White, CMO, SAP
23:36 Jeff Denton, AmerisourceBergen Corp.
29:23 SAP Business Network
35:36 David Volk, Roche & Michael Schmidt, Tenthpin Mgmt Consultants AG
41:19 Joey Zwillinger, Allbirds Inc.
52:20 Prof. Hasso Plattner Interview

It’s not too late to register! Sign up today for your free pass to SAPPHIRE NOW in 2021. This year’s program offers three regional event experiences, in languages and in time zones that work for you.

Generative AI: Chief Data and Analytics Officer Lessons for the Enterprise (CXOTalk #783)

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Explore the fascinating evolution of Generative AI from IBM Watson to OpenAI’s amazing ChatGPT. Join this exclusive CXOTalk episode as we delve into the groundbreaking advancements and applications in AI and natural language processing. Our guest is Sol Rashidi, who returns to CXOTalk by popular demand.

The conversation includes these topics:
► Understanding the Chief Analytics Officer role
► Evolution of AI: From IBM Watson to today
► Unique aspects of ChatGPT and direct-to-consumer AI
► Marketing drives broader acceptance of AI
► Technology capabilities driving AI adoption
► Relationship between generative AI and data science
► Best practices for implementing AI within organizations
► Importance of AI ethics
► Broad social acceptance of generative AI and algorithms
► How to build a value case for generative AI
► The optimal implementation process for generative AI
► What are the skills required for a Chief Data Officer or Chief Analytics Officer
► What is the state of gender-inclusive AI today
► How do we create ethical boundaries for AI
► Issues on AI explainability and transparency
► Impact of AI on job security

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Sol Rashidi currently holds 7 patents, with 21 filed in the Data & Analytics space and is a keynote speaker at several technology conferences speaking on various topics such as Machine Learning, Data & Analytics, and Emerging Operating Models for organizations taking on transformations in the D &A space. Prior to joining Estee Lauder as their Chief Analytics Officer, Sol was the Chief Data & Analytics Officer for Merck, EVP and Chief Data Officer for Sony Music, and Chief Data & Cognitive officer for Royal Caribbean.

Goal oriented and a team player, Sol believes in uncomplicating the complicated and cultivating environments that are innovative, driven, and collaborative. Sol has a unique ability in bridging the gap between Business and IT, her deep understanding of multiple functional disciplines (i.e. change management, enterprise data, application architecture, process re-engineering, sales, etc.) enables her to drive change by articulating the need for change in organizations that otherwise wouldn’t evolve. Sol played NCAA Water Polo and Rugby for Cal on the Women’s National Rugby Team for several years, and completed the Ironman.