“You can lead a horse to insights but you can’t make it execute”. Guest blogger, Annette Franz, shares tips for progress on vital need to execute on insight
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Are you a superhero in your workplace? Are you a good cultural fit? Guest blogger Hanne Sorteberg challenges us to think about the real culture & you.
Part 2 of our series on Agile Working for data, analytics & insight teams. Recommending 6 common practices and 4 drivers of teams that succeed with Agile.
As we continue our month focussed on lessons learnt by leaders, from experience, I’ve found 3 reasons to read more widely. Thanks for guest bloggers, Tony Boobier & Annette Franz who has already shared their lessons learnt. In addition to that, you’ve had opportunity to hear about the experience of Norma Dove-Edwin, Martin Squires and […]
During our month focussed on Data Science programming languages, my thoughts have turned to getting the most out of your Data Science team. This topic has arisen, because of what I’ve observed in a number of organisations seeking to implement Data Science. As I’ve worked with more clients and talked to other leaders at Data […]
To complement the research industry perspectives we have shared so far this month, I’m going to share 3 perspectives (on how to use research) from outside the insight community. After sharing so much material to digest, in that Behavioural Economics guide, this post will be shorter. I’ve taken the approach of browsing recent news stories, […]
As we continue our month focussed on leadership development, including coaching & mentoring, it’s great to welcome another coach as a guest blogger. Kevin Watson is director & lead coach at myown-coach.co.uk and benefits from a broad experience of coaching leaders across industries. In this post, he shares the importance of being flexible in your leadership […]
Tips on leading your insight team in the hotter months. Explaining that attitude matters via tips on self discipline, motivation & having fun
How reliable is public research? Can you trust those government or media covered surveys? In the same week as we shared some examples of public segmentations, the BBC drove plenty of media coverage on the results of its latest “Happiness Test” research. Beautifully presented within its iWonder section, it captured the public imagination, especially in terms of […]