Jill Dyché — frank, funny, and full of great stories — has been thinking, writing and speaking about data and analytics for over two decades. In her career as a management consultant and executive advisor, she’s helped companies deliver strategic change through data and analytics. And as a popular author, she has both educated and entertained her many readers.
ill was a co-founder of Baseline Consulting Group, an analytics and data strategy firm. At Baseline, she combined the roles of best practice expert, industry gadfly, executive coach, and business owner. In 2011, Baseline was acquired by pioneer analytics vendor SAS, where Jill served as Vice President of Best Practices, leading a team of senior specialists advising customers in success factors for analytics, data management, and AI.
At these firms, and for her vast array of clients, Jill has led strategies and built roadmaps to fuel organizational change, align technology with strategy, and drive growth. Companies like Charles Schwab, Verizon, HSBC, and Microsoft have relied on Jill’s guidance.
A globetrotter throughout her career, Jill has lived in far-flung locales including Paris, London, and Sydney. She speaks at industry conferences and leading business schools and has written extensively on the business value of technology. She is the author of e-Data (Addison Wesley), The CRM Handbook (Addison Wesley), and Customer Data Integration (Wiley). Her work has been featured in numerous magazines and journals including Newsweek.com, Harvard Business Review, Information Week, Computerworld, and Forbes.com.
Jill’s latest book, The New IT (McGraw-Hill), profiles technology change agents. It was named one of ITPro’s “25 Best Books for IT Leaders” and one of Inc.’s “60 Great Business and Leadership Books Written by Women.” A popular CIO.com blogger and advice columnist for UPSIDE, Jill was named one of the “12 Most Influential Women in Big Data and Data Science” by Information Week and one of Retail Leader’s “Women to Watch.”
Jill is also Executive Director of Outta the Cage, a non-profit focused on reducing euthanasia for shelter animals. Her recent e-book, Shelter Reform in the Digital Age, argues for the digitization of the animal shelter system. Jill lives in Los Angeles, where she samples fringe Cabernets, fosters shelter dogs, and pens the occasional haiku.
The New IT: How Technology Leaders are Enabling Business Strategy in the Digital Age
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