When I left the U.S. five years ago, it was to chase a dream.
The dream although simple to me was one that many people thought impossible at the time… to see analytics becoming a topic of everyday conversations.
In business, in education, in the government and in the media over the past week, I have been part of conversations about how to empower 100,000s of Filipinos to get more analytics in what they do.
There is still so much to be done to turn this dream into a reality, but as I have talked with journalists, professors, political figures and business leaders, I keep getting the same result… the dream is now one that many share.
Some examples of the new reality…
The Analytics Association of the Philippines (AAP.PH) will be the umbrella on which so many analytics initiatives incubate, grow and prosper.
Schools like De La Salle – College of St. Benilde, the University of Asia & Pacific, and UP will continue to offer new and innovative courses built around regional standards for the enablement of data science and analytics.
New batches of students like CSB’s SMIT students taking Business Analytics subjects will enter the workforce armed with more skills then any batch before them. They kids are learning Tableau while still in school. How cool is that?
Advocacies like Augment BPO will rise up to address clear and present threats like the one that AI presents to the BPO industry.
And that’s just the tip of the proverbial ice berg.
It’s been a really good week. No, check that… its been a great week.
And it all reminds me of why I love this adopted country of mine so much.
The Augment BPO Data Science and Analytics Advocacy Project (Augment BPO) is empowering BPO Companies, Executives, and Workers in the Philippines to prepare for and address the clear and present danger posed by Artificial Intelligence Chatbots (AI Chatbots) to BPO revenue growth and jobs through Data Science and Analytics strategy planning, awareness building and upskill training.
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