When beginning a new predictive analytics project, the client often mentions the importance of a quick win. It makes sense to think about delivering fast results, in a limited area, that excites important stakeholders and gains support and funding for more predictive projects. A great goal. It’s the implementation of the quick win in a predictive project that can be difficult. There are at least 2 challenges with using a traditional quick win approach to predictive analytics projects. Examples include the following: Predicting which Colleges and Universities yield the highest performers.
Challenge #1: Predicting Something That Doesn’t Get Stakeholders Excited
Challenge #2. Quick Wins Shouldn’t Mean Tiny Data
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