Push vs pull, dialog vs lectures, we all know the key to engagement is creating dialog with your customers. We KNOW this, but not everyone acts accordingly. The key to smart engagement is providing HCPs with the information they want (or need!) at a relevant time. But with so much information, how do you choose the most meaningful data?
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Patricia MacWilliams, Head of Healthcare, Google
Scott Wearley, Manager, Relationship Marketing, Daiichi Sankyo, Inc.
Matt Barry, Assistant Director, CLP Operations, Astellas Pharma
R.J. Lewis, President & CEO, eHealthcare Solutions
Mickey Lynch, Associate Director, Integrated Marketing, Shire Pharmaceuticals
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This week's spotify playlist was chosen by: Mickey Lynch, who also found a direct correlation between each song and 'big data'. Check out why he chose each song below, as well as the playlist!
'Baba O’Riley' by The Who
Reading the lyrics to this song, you wouldn’t think that there’s a connection to Big Data. However, listen to the looped synthesizer that serves as the backbone of the song. According to Pete Townsend, this pattern is supposed to represent a musical translation that would be generated if individual data points about a specific person were inputted into a computer. In essence, every person would have their own musical pattern based on their unique “big data” blueprint.
'Too Much Information' by The Police
The “big data” challenge in a nutshell: getting our arms around a massive array of data inputs and trying to connect them all. Sting intones: “Too much information // Driving me insane.” We can relate.
'Pure Energy' by Information Society
This late 1980s dance hit was about a plead from one lover to another. But as marketers trying to get our arms around “big data” to proactively address needs of our customers, we can relate to the chorus: “I wanna know what you’re thinking // There are some things you can’t hide // I wanna know what you’re feeling // tell me what’s on your mind.”