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.
As an analyst do you fail to recognise your own bias? Or have you implemented effective coping strategies? Tony Boobier reflects on our biases
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.
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.
What does Shakespeare have to say to data & analytics leaders today? Reflections on lessons from his plays for data leaders from Tony Boobier.
Prof Nick Radcliffe makes the case for why clustering your customers is a bad idea that wastes analysts time & delivers suboptimal marketing.