DECISIONS OVER DECIMALS and the key methods of Quantitative Intuition™ and the IWIK™ Knowledge Matrix enable you to address readiness and opportunity; logical and non-linear thinking; theory and application.
This is the basis of the Frank/Magnone/Netzer collaboration. Years of debate and discovery about the real value of analytics and the science of decision making forged a common view that bridges leading thinking and actionable application.
Our Quantitative Intuition™ perspective is born from our time with start-ups, in academia, and working on the front-lines of some of the world’s iconic brands -- Google, Microsoft, Amazon, IBM, Deloitte, and American Express -- digging in to the realities of the role analytics plays in developing strong, unique and lasting growth strategies. We identified a gap between the wealth of information available to the C-suite and the hunger to stimulate fresh strategic thinking based on sharp insights.
Christopher is Vice President of Global Marketplace Insights at American Express where he leads the communications and brand research and analytics group. He is an adjunct professor at Columbia University. His ability to connect insight to strategy in a coherent and actionable way has won him global recognition as a leader in his field, as well as a plethora of industry awards.
Paul is Head of Global Strategic Alliances at Google where he is developing a growing ecosystem of partners that will unlock the next generation of business value via the cloud and related technologies. He is a systems thinker and business builder focused on understanding where technology is headed and answering what it means for a business. He is an adjunct professor at Columbia University.
Oded is the Vice Dean of Research and the Arthur J. Samberg Professor of Business at Columbia Business School, an affiliate of the Columbia Data Science Institute, and an Amazon Scholar. He is a world-renowned expert in data-driven decision-making and extracting meaningful insights from data. His award-winning research is broadly read and high-cited. He holds a PhD in Business and MSc in Statistics from Stanford University.