Monthly Archives: July 2011

All’s Well That Ends Well?

In our last thrilling episode, I discussed a bit about the PPDM Association and the eponymous Data Model. Now it’s time to discuss some of the fruits of their labour in the gardens of the workgroups. I should point out … Continue reading

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Data Deluge, Insights Drought

Why MUST Enterprises Continually Grow Their Corporate IQ?   And How?       (Part One of Three) “As the well-documented ‘data deluge’ deepens, many executives have shifted from feeling overwhelmed (60% say they “have more information than we can effectively use”) to recognizing that the … Continue reading

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Bakken Part 1

Hello Readers! Today is quite exciting as we have our first blog post showcasing the power of gDC data and visualization from Visage. We are going to be releasing a series of analysis in conjunction with Visage to display the … Continue reading

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Golf season – It’s here, rain or shine!

Ah, golf season. In Calgary, it is short, sweet and unpredictable. From pouring rain to blistering sun, we’ve seen it all at golf tournaments, and I’m sure you have too! The CSPG Classic Golf tournament in mid-June was my first … Continue reading

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