Start Your Journey with Top Business Analytics Books to Read in 2021

Choose your book from the top business analytics books to read in 2021

If anyone wants to start the journey in business analytics to work with data analysis and data management efficiently and effectively, it is essential to search for books to broaden the mindset. It is important to gain sufficient knowledge and a clear understanding of the field with a large collection of books on business analytics. Yes, there are physical books as well as e-books on the Internet that may make you confused or overwhelmed. It is, indeed, difficult to select which business analytics books to refer to. But you have to start from the level of your understanding to have a clear picture of business analytics. Let’s explore some of the top business analytics books to read in 2021 to start the journey.


Top Business Analytics Books to Read in 2021

Business Analytics: The Science of Data-Driven
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The Surprisingly Big Business of Library E-books

Steve Potash, the bearded and bespectacled president and C.E.O. of OverDrive, spent the second week of March, 2020, on a business trip to New York City. OverDrive distributes e-books and audiobooks—i.e., “digital content.” In New York, Potash met with two clients: the New York Public Library and Houghton Mifflin Harcourt. By then, Potash had already heard what he described to me recently as “heart-wrenching stories” from colleagues in China, about neighborhoods that were shut down owing to the coronavirus. He had an inkling that his business might be in for big changes when, toward the end of the week, on March 13th, the N.Y.P.L. closed down and issued a statement: “The responsible thing to do—and the best way to serve our patrons right now—is to help minimize the spread of COVID-19.” The library added, “We will continue to offer access to e-books.”

The sudden shift to e-books had

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US business mood darkens as Delta variant upends forecasts

Coronavirus economic impact updates

The failure by the US to bring Covid-19 cases under control is scrambling business expectations of a rapid economic revival, forcing companies to reset plans and revise forecasts as they also grapple with a new federal vaccine mandate. 

Revenues have fallen at a quarter of US small businesses in each of the past three weeks while just 8 per cent saw revenue growth, according to an Economic Innovation Group study. A growing minority now expects a full economic recovery to take more than six months. 

The country’s largest airlines this week disclosed a slowdown in demand as cases of the highly contagious Delta variant climbed. United Airlines reined in its capacity plans for the key Thanksgiving and Christmas holidays and American Airlines and Delta Air Lines flagged lower

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Dawgs in Business – The 2021 Arch Awards

UGA Athletes Honored For Post Collegiate Business Success

With The Arch Award Presented by Piedmont Bank


The University of Georgia Athletic Association and Piedmont Bank are joining forces as part of an innovative,  multi-year partnership to spotlight and celebrate former student-athletes for their success and contributions as business leaders.

The inaugural honorees of Piedmont Bank’s Arch Award will be announced during the fall as part of an integrated series of content, interviews, and unique access events. This award, the first of its kind, focuses on the honorees’ stories and lessons learned in their time at UGA, on and off the field, and how they have applied them to succeed as leaders in business.

“The same drive and dedication required to be a successful athlete and team player is exactly what’s needed to be a business leader and entrepreneur,” said Monty Watson, Chairman and CEO, Piedmont Bank. “As a bank dedicated

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