39 thoughts on “Philip Evans: How data will transform business

  1. Учу бесплатно, каким образом легко делать каждый день до 50 долларов на свою банковскую карту. Посмотрите видео у меня кaналe

  2. Almost 14 minutes and there wasn't an ounce of how data can build strategy. We all know that data can help in strategizing, but I was hoping for interesting insights and methodologies, rather all he did was just restate that premise. Complete waste of time – 13 mins and 57 seconds to be exact.

  3. Unlike most TedTalks, this is not for a general audience. It is for executives, very educated entrepreneurs, and business scholars. For that audience, it is a brilliant talk. For everybody else, it is gobbledygook.

  4. The worst video ever, watched intial 3 mins 10 times, result: what the hack is he talking..science or military or business

  5. Excellent insights through a series of revolutions that happened throughout the human history. Lessons learned: Those companies who are stuck with an out-dated business model, need to change their business model to fit what is needed based on the changes that are happening. If they don't change, they will be left behind!! Uber, AirBnB, Amazon, Google..are some of the disruptive entities we see and amaze… This change will continue with AI and automation to compensate the labor shortage that is already happening!!

  6. Увеличение шаблонов поведения, говорит о переходе бизнеса, на новые позиции, и уход из старых, а не о разнообразии. В данный момент инет бизнесс монополизируется.

  7. Beneath two topics Evans discusses a key element that is changing how businesses look at and form strategies to progress – DATA. We are in the land of Data. Everything we do is about collecting Data, forming strategies around that Data and making business decisions and conclusions around the Data.

  8. I believe in the first 3 minutes; Mr Evans talks about – Mr. Henderson who realised that business which scale have competitive advantages, and business can create more value by distributing the value chain and getting better at a single part of the chain?

    Is that correct?

  9. I want my 10 minutes back… TED has become such a joke… so a graph with some correlation can pass for insight….garbage….half of the people liking this video didn't get zip from it….self-congratulating posturing intellectuals with heads full of info and zero understanding….waste of time!

    P.S.A: Don't watch this crap.

  10. I request another TEDxTalk do demystify the talk . I was overwhelmed by the circuitous speaking technique . Wasn't able to understand much of what was said .

  11. This speech was very unTED-like. The speech was a large amount of words with a very small amount of actual ideas and practical information conveyed to the audience. Seems like head-talk to me.

  12. Good speach, but a lot of statements need certain clarification/explanantion as they aren't dogma. Prima facie, nice to hear a new way of thinking, especially from BCG

  13. The idea and concept is very vague as there are already on going process and modules. It's not new or rocket science. I have wasted that amount of time on complete rubbish words when it can be explained in 3 minutes. He could have simplify it down. He didn't even give solution to a problem, but rather how useful information are therefore useful for this etc etc

  14. Brilliant. He articulated something I've been seeing for a long time now but never quite put my finger on

  15. Great talk!!! I would say the tool he says organizations are looking for points to holistic design and what it offers, in terms of developing empathy to drive emotion and experiences. On a grander scale design can also innovate supply chains by making abstract ideas into more tangible ones… Check out Tim Browns, 2009 TEDtalk to get a basic idea of what I am talking about…

  16. This is Cryptocurrency in a nutshell… the future of networking starts with the connectivity of user's value of idea and information, Soon™. 

  17. This explain why distribution corps. grow side by side with internet… and why so many industries have desappear. Like netflix VS Blockbuster

  18. an utter failure in communication, i am afraid. this is the hurdle that the analyst position in business, today, is about – learning to communicate. would of love to studied under Philip, certainly would have been an honor. but i've had to watch this a dozen times in order to be capable of relaying the message (often, a deliberate reaction by genius to TED time limitations). (FullDisc: involved in data). inbox me for a link to the summary or reply on here

  19. In my opinion his initial assumption about transaction costs having decreased is fundamentally wrong. The abundance of data, computers and mobile devices has led to a situation where people get increasingly lost in these huge amounts of data, emails and information. Even intuitively we can comprehend this from everyday work situations: don't you feel that real (valid) communications and quick access to the necessary information has become more and more difficult within the last ten years? Managers have realized that they need to put away their "technology" and engage a lot more in face to face (not skype) communication in order to be good and effective leaders. He does make some valid point though that managers in the economy have to adapt to this new situation and include it in their decision making processes which at a large level is the business strategy. Businesses have to identify, analyze and adapt themselves to the new situation (where necessary) in order to survive in the market. Some big businesses did not do this as well as others and have thus vanished while others flourished. That does not mean that the theory of economies of scale are suddenly wrong. In concusion I think that Mr. Evans neither makes a valid point nor does he contribute to economic theory!

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