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JUL 26, 2012 10:16am ET

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I must admit I haven’t kept as up to date as I should on all the terrific new analytics articles from the MIT Sloan Management Review’s New Intelligent Enterprise. So when I finally got around last week to reviewing the goodies from the last few months, it was more reading than I anticipated. It’s the kind of work I like though, catching up on great ideas from top but practical academics on the conduct of analytics in the business world.

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