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Here is why you should not miss the CPBI FORUM 2016 in Ottawa this May;
If your organization is not using smart data to make business decisions about health, well-being and engagement in the workplace, your employees may be lagging in productivity. This was the basic premise of the CPBI lunch presentation from Dr. Tyler Amell, partner at Morneau Shepell on April 13th. There’s been a lot of media attention during the past few years about big data and smart data. These terms are often used interchangeably but Tyler says there is a difference. “Big data is casting a wide net, capturing everything, and using machine learning and other algorithms to sort things out since these data are very large and complex; while smart data is using a more targeted approach.” He says there’s been an evolution of how organizations make decisions from relying mostly on gut instinct to relying on data analytics. Progressive organizations are using predictive algorithms to analyze vast amounts of data and some are fully automating the analysis of data, i.e., “the robots are in charge.”
Inflation has been prevalent in food prices, housing, energy and education in the developed world over the past 15 years. However with the level of monetary and fiscal stimulus in most developed economies, there is uncertainty around future inflation over the next 10 years or so.
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