Dhiraj Rajaram, Founder & CEO of Mu Sigma caught up with Kiran Mazumdar Shaw, MD & Chairperson of Biocon at the Mu Sigma office, in a wide-ranging candid discussion. Catch a glimpse of the Fireside chat, where Kiran Mazumdar Shaw talks about Data Sciences in Healthcare, her pioneering journey in Biotech and the mission with which she started Biocon in the late 70’s.
Part of what makes the Columbus Program special for most of our Trainees is their India Experience Experience Incredible India. Live and work in Bangalore, the booming metropolis known as the ‘Silicon Valley of India’. Located in the Southern state of Karnataka, Bangalore serves as the country’s tech capital. Travel across India and experience its vibrant culture.
Family Day is one of the biggest events in Mu Sigma's social calendar. Every month, we see about 70 families come to the Mu Sigma Bangalore office from all corners of the country, and are treated to an experience of the Mu Sigma ecosystem, core beliefs and values. Join us as we take you through an immersive experience, in Mu Sigma's Family Day.
Mu Sigma held its eighth annual Decision Sciences Summit at the Hyatt Olive 8 in downtown Seattle during the first week of August. Spread across two beautiful days, with Mt. Rainer visible in the distance, and including an evening dinner reception at the Chihuly Garden & Glass at the base of the iconic Space Needle, this year’s Summit drew more than 200 attendees from across multiple industries an...
Columbus program is designed to enable our employees from the US to understand, experience and embrace not just Mu Sigma but India. Mastering client services in a space that needs an interdisciplinary approach and a learning mindset requires an immersive and repetitive training program https://www.mu-sigma.com/columbus-hiring
Meet Pablo, a 19 year old from Oxford University, whose curiosity and eagerness to learn brought him to India, interning with the Columbus batch for a couple of months. From learning coding languages and shadowing the Columbus trainees to interviewing the Founder Dhiraj Rajaram, Pablo brought a lot of youthful energy wherever he went. Attending a conference in Oxford University, Pablo was intri...
When it comes to deciding where to allocate resources toward solving business problems, we need to plot two variables: The frequency with which certain business problems occur, and the potential business impact of solving those problems. It’s easy to fixate on trying to solve only the highest-impact business problems, but that would be a mistake.
The nature of change in today’s world dictates that the facts of today will become the anti-facts of tomorrow. That gap between fact and anti-fact – what we call time to untrue – is not only tending to zero, but widening at the same time. To get ahead in this climate, organizations must fundamentally rethink their approaches to problem solving.
Work-life balance? Try work-life harmony. Balancing work and life at a high-growth analytics and decision sciences firm is never easy. To us, it makes more sense to maintain a harmony between work and life. After all, can you ever turn off one or the other? Watch these short stories of how successful Mu Sigmans keep work and life in harmony.
In this whitepaper, you will learn a step by step process on how to manage unstructured data such as video files, audio clips, blogs and posts and conversations on social networking platforms. It explains the importance for companies to absorb all the data and not just the important data with the help of technology and data management techniques.
Mu Sigma discovers few things to consider when evaluating analytics and decision science partners. Analytics is a key differentiator for companies that seek to be more competitive in the new reality of fast changing business and an economy that looks for cost efficiency. Considering the points mentioned in this PDF will help you maximize the chance for success as you take this important decision.
Mu Sigma believes that leveraging and navigating the duality between problem-driven (Holmes) and discovery-driven (Columbus) methods will be critical to success. Traditionally, most organizations look at analysis and data only when they have to solve a business problem. The problem-specific way of looking at data (the“Sherlock Holmes” method) is a structured method, which involves defining the bu...
Check out 10 predictions for analytic decision support by 2015, written by Dhiraj Rajaram, Founder, CEO and Chairman, Mu Sigma Inc., By 2015, companies will increasingly blend math, technology and decision sciences, employing user-generated data to infuse analyses with behavioral and social-network insights.