Guest blogger, Ryan Den Rooijen shares on the role of Data Artists or Data Visualisation Analysts. Why they are needed and you don’t need to focus on tools.
Back from holiday, I spent a very enjoyable & informative day at CIM Wales Analytics Masterclass. This event was held at Glamorgan County Cricket Ground (SWALEC Stadium) in Cardiff. A great venue for food & facilities. It was a well organised day, benefitting from the enthusiasm and professionalism of CIM team and Sameer Rahman (organiser & Chairman of CIM Wales). Gavin Davies (Vice Chair of CIM Wales) was master of.. Read More
As we focus on business applications, let’s broaden our scope to review how data and analytics strategies are being implemented. Insurance is a conservative industry. It has certainly lagged other sectors, in terms of digitization and customer experience. But, insurance businesses have enthusiastically embraced data and analytics capabilities. As I talk to my insurance clients, most are actively engaged in building/improving this capability. Talking about this with our old friend.. Read More
Returning to our theme, of using Customer Insight outside of Marketing. This time, we consider HR Analytics. Such HR insight has become a growing focus in recent years & rightly so, in my opinion. Both from the perspective of recruiting & retaining analytics talent, plus the potential for analytics to optimise key HR processes or decisions. However, as I’ve spent more time this month meeting with analytics leaders from different organisations, it.. Read More