March 9, 2022
Book review of “Thinking with Data”. Uncovering how a short book really can help you develop the thinking skills needed to generate insights.
How a podcast and two recommended books got me thinking about why meetings should start in silence. Here’s the case for changing your meetings
Book review of “Calling Bullshit: The art of scepticism in a data-driven world” a vital book to help you nurture your critical thinking skills
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.
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 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.
Chief Data Scientist, Richard Pugh, explains how data thinking & design thinking can improve on the popular software-first project approach.
Book review of the engaging & important “How to make the world add up” by Tim Harford. The host of BBC’s More or Less shows how in 10 rules.
Review of “The promise that changes everything I won’t interrupt you”. Sharing how this approach can help you to enable other to think better.