Tony Boobier makes the case for a bolthole as a place to work, to those for whom neither office nor home working is the ideal work environment
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.
Chief Data Scientist, Richard Pugh, explains how data thinking & design thinking can improve on the popular software-first project approach.
Practical advice so you don’t drown your unicorn (data science or analytics) as demand grows within your business, from Harry Powell (JLR).
What chemicals are your team releasing? Tony Boobier muses on the importance of motivation & the chemicals even data teams released in them.
What gift could leaders still get their teams this Christmas? Simon Daniels suggests the gift of productivity, from apps to shorter hours.
A book review of “Indistractable” by Nir Eyal. Why this book will help you master distractions in your life and become the more focussed leader who’s needed
Book review of Atomic Habits. How this book can help you make remarkable changes in your life through only small manageable changes. See what it includes.
Tips on how you could be more productive when working from home. As more leaders are needing to do this I share lessons learnt over 6 years of #WFH.
Book Review of “The 4 disciplines of execution” and why this book can help Analytics leaders improve their exection as teams, delivering a consistent ROI.