In my frequent engagement with business, regulatory and political leaders on the topic of big data I am often asked: "Who is getting Big Data right, and what are they doing differently to get positive results?"

I'm asked this question often enough to get the sense that few organizations seem to be seeing positive results from their big data efforts.  This in spite of the fact that they are investing millions of dollars, spending thousands of hours and betting their business' future on the success of these analytic efforts.

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