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"H. Michelle Chen" <[log in to unmask]>
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H. Michelle Chen
Mon, 27 Jun 2016 10:37:34 -0700
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In the May/June issue of Information Outlook, Peter Mulford of BTS points
to the three W's framework as a tool to manage big data and turn it into
insights. By asking who, what, and why, "the team will dramatically improve
the odds of success by ensuring it is working on a problem the customer
actually cares about."

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Assistant Professor, School of Information
Program Coordinator, Certificate in Big Data
San José State University
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