Tony Boobier shares lessons from “Thinking Fast & Slow” for the challenge of what mindset is needed by analysts & those interpreting data.
Are you a novice, explorer, practitioner, expert or master? Do you want to journey on to becoming a Master of your craft? Here’s how you can.
Experienced business mentor, Tony Boobier, recommends his 10 rules for reemployment. 10 practical steps that you can start acting upon now.
Debrief from #datavizlive event in London 2020, sharing key lessons from engaging Data Viz authors & practitioners, with tips for your Data Viz (1 of 2)
Do you have projects that are too big for Agile? Do you know about AgilePM? Investigating why this might be a middle way for Data & Analytics leaders.
How can you avoid stakeholder disappointment when deivering analysis or models? Guest blogger, Harry Powell, shares a model for finding optimal time to stop.
Why non Data Scientists can lead Data Science teams well. Guest blogger, Andy Sutton makes the case for generalist leaders with the right leadership skills.
Continuing our posts on how to achieve success at work, let’s turn to the power of empathy. This might sound far removed from the worlds […]
The case for Data Science teams being more methodical and an overview of the 3 most established methodologies used by Data Scientists today. Part 1 of 2.
Experienced Data Science leader, Ryan den Rooijen shares how to be building capabilities in Data Science against the odds, without unicorns.
Guest blogger, Ryan den Rooijen, shares his experience of unicorn farming – recruiting the talent he needs for a data science team (part 1 of 2)