Clive Woodward, England's former rugby coach, is Europe's Billy Beane. His radical approach of indoctrinating his players to use tech and analytics reaped huge benefits for England on the pitch. The coach reflects on the uphill battle he and his team faced when they implemented the tech-focused program.
Former England rugby coach, Clive Woodward, explains how technology and data analytics led England to a Six Nations grand slam and World Cup victory in 2003 Sir Clive Woodward, England rugby union coach from 1997 to 2004, is a keen advocate of IT and data analytics. And he has every right to be. They helped him to famously lead his country to World Cup glory in 2003, along with a string of Six Nations championships. TechWeekEurope recently caught up with him to find out just how it happened