What a great start to the new year: I am absolutely thrilled and grateful that my book, Decisively Digital, is the #1 best-selling Computers & Technology Industry book on Amazon!
When I first started writing this book, I had a strong belief in the message that I wanted to share with the world. I wanted to share my insights and experiences on how businesses can harness the power of digital technologies to drive growth and success by interviewing thought leaders from a variety of industries.
I hope that Decisively Digital will continue to inspire and empower readers to embrace the digital age and harness the full potential of technology for their own businesses and organizations. Thank you again for all of your support, and I can’t wait to see what the future holds!
My book Decisively Digital: From Creating a Culture to Designing Strategy (➡️Amazon) is guest at Christina Stathopoulos and her #bookaweekchallenge on LinkedIn. Join Christina as she reflects on her journey through the book with several LinkedIn posts.
Christina’s posts can be found further down this blog along with a variety of interesting comments and opinions. Feel free to join the discussion on LinkedIn! You also have the chance to participate in our raffle and win one of three copies of Decisively Digital! Good luck!
Recently we had the 19th edition of our Data & AI Meetup. This meetup focused on Chart Choice & Anomaly Detection for Warranty Cases. Let’s have a quick recap!
Intro & announcements: our 5th anniversary
Chart Choice by Dilyana Bossenz, Business Analytics and Enablement Manager at M2.
New Book: Decisively Digital – From Creating a Culture to Designing Strategy by Alexander Loth, author & executive advisor at Microsoft
Anomaly Detection for warranty cases with an example of the automotive industry by Shubham Agarwal, Lead Data Scientist at ATCS and Frank Schlemmbach, Sr. Consultant at ATCS and Sven Sommerfeld, Managing Director at ATCS
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