A review of Bill Schmarzo’s “The economics of data, analytics and digital transformation” and how it can help data leaders maximise value.
Next in our series on the softer skills that help data leaders in their roles. Building on what works for analysts. Part 6: Insight Generation
Book review of Judea Pearl’s masterpiece: “The Book of Why”. An introduction to Causal Science. Why it matters for data scientists & analysts
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.
Is today’s focus on prediction, rather than explanatory models, weakening the commercial impact of data teams? A challenge from Harry Powell.
Part 3 of 3 part series on the subpersonalities of an analyst. How the personas of a Politician, Craftsperson & Athlete help with delivering.
Chief Data Scientist, Richard Pugh, explains how data thinking & design thinking can improve on the popular software-first project approach.
Harry Powell, Director of Data & Analytics at JLR explains how he calculates the incremental profit his team generates down to an income line
Why you Analytics team needs a measure of their ROI. Harry Powell argues for the benefits of profit as the best metric of the value-added.
Practical advice so you don’t drown your unicorn (data science or analytics) as demand grows within your business, from Harry Powell (JLR).
Should your data & analytics capability have a market valuation of over $1bn? Harry Powell shares why you may have a unicorn in your attic.