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.
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.
As an analyst do you fail to recognise your own bias? Or have you implemented effective coping strategies? Tony Boobier reflects on our biases
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.
Continuing Anna Liszt’s story, how she learns to make a bigger impact. In chapter 4, Anna prepares a customer insight generation workshop.
Continuing our story of how Anna learns to make a bigger difference as an analyst in a business. In chapter 2, she focusses on more planning.
The story of Anna Liszt’s adventures in making a bigger impact. Part 1, how questioning helps Anna overcome the memory of a bad experience.
Book review of the wonderful “Better Data Visualizations” from Jon Schwabish. How this book will help you expand your repertoire of charts.
Harry Powell tackles the critical issue of how leaders behave when being presented to. Improve your behaviour with his half-third-sixth model
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
Part 1 of a series exploring the subpersonalities that analysts need to bring to their work. The first 3 empower the 3 steps of contracting.