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.
Top 5 common mistakes made by analysts and how to avoid them. Advice from the hands-on analytics leadership experience of Andy Sutton.
5 ways that leaders or analysts can try Thinking Differently to be data-led. Guest blogger Harry Powell shares a case study of applying each.
Part 2 of a series exploring the subpersonalities that analysts need to bring to their work. These ones empower the 3 steps of technical work
Tony Boobier shares lessons from “Thinking Fast & Slow” for the challenge of what mindset is needed by analysts & those interpreting data.
Book review of the engaging & important “How to make the world add up” by Tim Harford. The host of BBC’s More or Less shows how in 10 rules.
Book review of the brilliant “The Art of Statistics Learning from Data” by Prof David Spiegelhalter – why data & analytics leaders need this.
A call to data & analytics leaders to remember your audience don’t understand Statistics. Resources to help you overcome this comms challenge.
3 more barriers that could prevent you delivering useful Customer Value Analysis (CVA). Guest blogger Paul Weston continues his 2 part series of tips.
How can you overcome the 6 barriers to effective Customer Value Analysis? Guest blogger. Paul Weston, shares his practical experience to tackle the first 3.
“Web Analytics an hour a day” a review of this practical book from Avinash Kaushik. In this review Martin Squires draws out its lessons for all analysts.
Book review of Guerrilla Analytics, a practical guide to working with data. Why this is such a useful manual for analysts & analytics leaders. Recommended.