During our month focussed on research, it seems appropriate to share with you my latest research for Data Insight Leaders survey 2017. This annual survey is the second of its kind and is published as part of the run-up, to the Data Insight Leaders Summit 2017, in Barcelona on 18-19 October. A great conference that I will again have the privilege of chairing this year; you may recall my brief.. Read More
Following on from guest blogger Michael Young’s first post on Data Scientists 2.0, this one shares next steps. MBN chairman, Paul Forrest, builds on what Michael revealed as the learning points for employers, universities & students (from Data Science placements in Scotland). In this shorter post, Paul considers key questions for both employers and students: How can employers find these new (improved) Data Scientists 2.0? How can students currently studying.. Read More
This month I’ll be delivering a Data Visualisation workshop for DataIQLeaders, so I thought I’d share some data visualisation resources here too. As part of that workshop, for members of DataIQ’s exclusive leadership development club, I will also provide them with some recommended online resources for their CPD. Since Data Visualisation is also a perennially popular topic on this blog & my Twitter account, this month’s theme will be on.. Read More
Tips for Customer Insight, Data Science or Analytics leaders on how to develop Domain Knowledge in your analysts & why it is essential.
I’m currently in the process of writing a white paper on some recent research regarding consumer usage of multiple devices online & the resulting poor experience. Probably akin to the way, when you buy a new model of car, you suddenly notice many more of them on the road, I’ve noticed a lot of white papers being advertised recently. So, following previous posts that have recommended blogs, newsletters, podcasts &.. Read More
Part 2 of series learning about blockchain and relevance to Analytics leaders. A debrief from #CItyChain17 event, reflecting on blockchain data structures.
This post concludes our two-part series, on the questions that insight leaders raised, at a DataIQ Discussion event. I hope you found part one, helpful. There we focussed on topics including: measuring your impact breaking through cultural barriers best organisational design tools needed by insight teams executing your insights (driving action as a result)