Continuing our monthly theme, of book recommendations, here’s a short review to tempt you to Re-Imagine. Having mentioned, to our regular guest bloggers, that I was focussing on books this month – Tony Boobier suggested this one. Having heard Tom Peters live a couple of times, I can attest to him having a Marmite style. He certainly has shaken up some stuffy corporate group-think, and rightly challenged some urban myths.
With so much focus on the detail of GDPR, let’s take some time to look at the business lessons from this external change. Whatever the size of your business, the world around you changes & you need to be able to adapt. Regulation is just one of those key drivers of external change. So, to help us reflect on the business lessons from preparing for GDPR, I’m delighted to welcome.. Read More
Sharing my experience of selecting and working with a standing desk. How it has helped my energy & focus, plus why you should consider them for analysts.
How big a bet are you making on Data Science, are you going ‘all in’? With any event as rich in content at Data Insight Leader Summit, its useful to also hear others ‘takeaways’. So, to supplement my own insights from this conference, I’m delighted to welcome new guest blogger, Hanne Sorteberg. Hanne is BI Manager for SpareBank1 Forsikring, an alliance of savings banks in Norway (together Norway’s 2nd biggest.. Read More
To complement the perspectives of our recent guest bloggers, today I’m sharing three ways of listening to data scientists. These will include a (potentially) free recommended eBook, an engaging blog post and a punchy video. Peter, Robert & Francesco have made a case for data & AI potentially transforming businesses & sectors. As part of our month focussed on applications of data & analytics, I also want to share real.. Read More
Unless it proves useful to your business, it was a distraction. Recent posts have focussed on advice when using Data Science or Data Visualisation. Now it’s time we returned to focussing on commercial realities. One lesson, I learned as a senior customer insight leader, was not to get distracted by what one CEO called “hobbies”. By that, he meant ideas, passions or technical innovations that, whilst interesting, are not relevant.. Read More
Last week, I had the pleasure of being interviewed for a business podcast. A positive experience & I’ve shared the resulting interview below. This also reminded me of the power of podcasts & how little we’ve referenced them here. So, to make up for that gap, this post is dedicated to sharing audio content. Whilst attending a co-coaching forum this week (where coaches share ideas & support each other), it also.. Read More