Father Isaac Keeley, a 71-year-old Trappist monk who lives in a monastery in central Massachusetts, didn't know the first thing about using social media to take his beer business national. Then he received a call from the Digital, Analytics, Technology and Automation (DATA) Initiative team at Northeastern.
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The Bloomberg Terminal provides access to real-time data on every market, breaking news, in-depth research, powerful analytics, and communications tools all in one place.
The DATA Initiative held the Inaugural DATA Forum earlier this month at Northeastern University, which included a Data Visualization Challenge focused on biking in Boston.
Professor Nada Sanders studies successful companies to pinpoint traits that have enabled them to thrive. Those most likely to endure, she says, exhibit characteristics of what she calls the ‘humachine'—a fusion of technological innovation and human talent.
For Raj Narayan, the World Bank looks like the ideal employer. To land a job there someday, this undergraduate is studying both business and computer science. He's also completed three co-ops and leads Northeastern's Big Data Club.
Yakov Bart examines how a movie that was so widely panned by critics could be such a phenomenal success.
New methods of data collection and analysis have the potential to revolutionize the way that businesses are organized and run. D'Amore-McKim and Suffolk Construction are working together to make sure they are driving those changes.
Recent research from Professor Christoph Riedl finds that the secret to effective teamwork is all about the timing. What could this mean for your work communications?
Professor Koen Pauwels explains how lean startup methodology can alleviate potential big data complications.