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Awards Reviewed by Analytics Hall of Fame’s Panel of Judges
This leader has transformed the practice of analytics or another Analytics Hall of Fame discipline by founding, or transforming, a successful global company or large division within a global company.
This leader’s reputation and ideas are known globally.
This leader is a recognized authority in an Analytics Hall of Fame discipline as
evidenced by one or more of the following:
This leader has leveraged analytics or another Analytics Hall of Fame discipline in their role as a company founder or division leader to benefit a country/market or country population.
Government Official: National (Federal), State (Governors, Congress), Local (City or Town)
This leader(official or candidate) has leveraged analytics or another Analytics Hall of Fame discipline to shape policy or to improve or execute on programs or operations.
This leader has in public talks mentioned their use of data, big data, data science, AI or analytics or other digital capabilities such as the Iot. This leader has committed resources, or officials to specific jobs including data, data science or AI.
This leader has outlined a public policy that has or intends to apply data and analytics to help improve the quality of life or processes or increases the competitiveness of the nation or jurisdiction under their management.
This leader has contributed to theory or academia through journals or at a
university/college in order to benefit a country/market or country population.
This leader is a recognized country authority in a discipline as evidenced by one or more of the following:
This leader is well known within an industry and has achieved a significantly high rank (i.e. c-level, head of, president, managing director, director, etc.) as a result of their achievements in analytics or a related Analytics Hall of Fame discipline.
This leader has been practicing within a firm or industry for at least five (5) years, with evidence of success through industry conferences, panels, press coverage, articles, books, etc.
This leader is well known in an Analytics Hall of Fame discipline with an industry focus.
For example, this leader may be a published researcher on marketing analytics in
financial services. They serve as a professor at a college or university and have
achieved some form of recognition for their expertise in a subject area.
They are often cited in journals, and/or have published conference papers or other periodicals. They may also be a recognized educator either through awards or student ratings.
Peer Review Awards
This leader, manager or individual contributor(expert) is recognized as up-and-coming in their field. They may have made a contribution that advanced their function forward in a significant way, with this advancement resulting in broader implications for an Analytics Hall of Fame discipline.
For example, this rising star may have discovered a new way to apply machine learning, they successfully led a team through a challenging project, or they discovered a new process to deploy technology that can be shared with others.
They have consistently been recognized for their impact and or promoted by their
organization. In addition they have consistently achieved a higher level/ or increased scope in their next role.
This leader contributed at least one new theory or breakthrough idea to shape an
academic discipline. In addition, this leader may have contributed to an article which changed the direction of the literature or expanded a topic area.
They may also be a rising star within an academic institution. For example, they went from adjunct to clinical or industry professor, then from clinical/industry professor to tenure track or some other higher administrative position.
This award requires an in-depth assessment of an organization’s analytics and is determined by survey, interviews, and other discernable criteria provided by the organization.
Factors that go into this assessment include a review of people, processes, and technology and the level of visible top management support as evidenced by statements and investments.
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Awards will appear on the Winners Circle and be announced quarterly:
April 30, 2019 for nominations received January – March
July 30, 2019 for nominations received April – June
October 30, 2019 for nominations received July – September
January 30, 2020 for nominations received October – December
The inaugural awards ceremony will be held on March 25 at Pace University in NYC.