Book review of “Calling Bullshit: The art of scepticism in a data-driven world” a vital book to help you nurture your critical thinking skills
A quick fun Christmas story from guest blogger Tony Boobier. What happens when automation prompts HR to have that ‘Sorry Santa’ conversation?
Inspired by “Miracle on 34th Street”, guest blogger Amy Scott says recommend a competitor. Read how this can build trust with your customers.
Book review of “Data Means Business” by Jason Foster & Barry Green. What you can find in this book & how it will help data leaders succeed.
A review of the engaging Timeline of World History from Useful Charts. Exploring what to expect and the lessons it has for data visualisers.
Sharing 3 mistakes that I often see analysts make when delivering their work. During the stages of sign-off, visual communication & solution.
Are you blinded to fresh thinking by ‘being corporate’? Guest blogger Tony Boobier explores how this type of cultural conditioning hampers us
A review of “Seeing with Fresh Eyes” the latest book from Edward Tufte. How this artist reveals the seeing & conscience you need for data viz.
Continuing our series shedding light on common mistakes made by analysts. Here are 3 more mistakes they often make during the technical work.
5 more ways you can think differently as a leader, in order to be data-led. Guest blogger, Harry Powell shares from his personal experience.
Start of a series on 10 all too common mistakes analysts make. In this post I share 3 that analysts make when contracting/agreeing brief.