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Learning together at CIM Wales Analytics Masterclass 2018

Back from holiday, I spent a very enjoyable & informative day at CIM Wales Analytics Masterclass. This event was held at Glamorgan County Cricket Ground (SWALEC Stadium) in Cardiff. A great venue for food & facilities. It was a well organised day, benefitting from the enthusiasm and professionalism of CIM team and Sameer Rahman (organiser […]

June 19, 2018

7 books for Market Researchers, as diverse as their interests

On this blog we’ve recommended books for analysts, so here are 7 books for market researchers. This eclectic selection is once more contributed by Netquest, thanks to guest blogger Carlos Ochoa. When I first read his post, I couldn’t resist the multi-disciplinary nature of this recommended reading list. On this blog, we regularly advise that […]

April 25, 2018

Are you ready for Behavioural Research? Ask yourself these questions.

This month, we will return to the topic of research, starting with behavioural research. As we discussed, when sharing posts on Behavioural Economics, behavioural biases cast doubt on self report. If people aren’t aware of their behavioural biases, can you trust survey results or focus groups? The answer is more nuanced, due to other advances […]

April 5, 2018

When should your teams do different work? Follow this research

As we focus on developing your teams, I’m delighted to share why you need to focus on when? In his latest book, renowned business writer Daniel Pink, shares his extensive research on timing. In “When: The Scientific Secrets of Perfect Timing”, he makes a convincing case for us all to focus more on when to […]

February 10, 2018

Customer Data Quality Reporting, why it matters & how to do it well

Building on the popularity of our recent GDPR posts, here’s more advice on data quality reporting. We’ve seen the importance of data quality to GDPR compliance and your marketing performance. But, as business consultants are fond of saying, you get what you measure. How should that apply to data quality? In my own tenure as a […]

November 29, 2017

Will GDPR spell the end of Big Data mindset, is less now more?

Does GDPR spell the end of Big Data thinking? Will you stop gathering or holding onto data because “it might be useful“? With a topic as important as GDPR, it’s good to hear from more than one viewpoint. For that reason, I am delighted to welcome back regular guest blogger, Tony Boobier. This time, it sounds […]

November 23, 2017

How to go ‘all in’, with a Data Science or Analytics bet for your business

How big a bet are you making on Data Science, are you going ‘all in‘? With any event as rich in content at Data Insight Leader Summit, its useful to also hear others ‘takeaways’. So, to supplement my own insights from this conference, I’m delighted to welcome a new guest blogger, Hanne Sorteberg. Hanne is […]

November 13, 2017

Stakeholder Engagement – lessons for leaders from project management

At the end of another month, there is just time for one more post on stakeholder engagement. The change of term from stakeholder management is deliberate. As we welcome back frequent guest blogger Tony Boobier. In this post, Tony shares his relevant experience from the world of project management. Which stakeholders matter? How do you […]

October 31, 2017

Useful event for Customer Analytics leaders, a quick debrief

This week I had the opportunity to attend an event for Customer Analytics & Insight leaders. Run by CACI, in London, it proved to be a good opportunity to catch-up with others’ perspectives. Reassuringly, the agenda designed for this audience, focussed on many familiar topics from this blog. It was also free to attend & […]

September 28, 2017

Invest time in these CPD resources for your warm evenings

As the temperature becomes increasingly balmy & we enjoy lighter evenings, do you have more time to look over CPD resources? We’ve mentioned previously the importance of Continuous Professional Development (CPD), both as a leader & an insight professional (data, analytics or research). So, to complement those reflections on what breadth of content is relevant […]

May 25, 2017