There may be few things in America more steeped in tradition than baseball. But despite its long roots, the sport is way ahead of the curve in the use of data.
At some point, all of us have been frustrated by U.S. transportation systems: waiting on a subway platform for a late train; standing at the bus stop watching the next bus go cruising past without room for more passengers. In these situations, we’ve all asked, “Isn’t there a better way to do this?” Soon, there will be, and it is thanks in large part to data-driven innovations.
Innovation comes down to expanding knowledge and connections to create fertile ground for serendipitous insights.
There is a strange phenomenon in innovation and business growth. To make a splash in the marketplace, an entrepreneur or business must think outside the box, creating an innovative product or service that consumers demand but is not offered by existing companies.