Scoring yourself on a Stakeholder Balance Sheet. Book review of “The Stakeholder Balance Sheet” by Suntook & Murphy + how this can help your business.
How can you avoid stakeholder disappointment when deivering analysis or models? Guest blogger, Harry Powell, shares a model for finding optimal time to stop.
Continuing our series to help improve your Voc program, here are 10 more mistakes to avoid. After the popularity of her first post in this series, I’m delighted to welcome guest blogger Annette Franz to share 10 more tips. As I mentioned before, Annette has many years of client-side experience in getting Voice of the Customer (VoC) programs to work. As is the case for Customer Insight leaders, most of.. Read More
We’ve shared before the lessons that can be learnt from Design Thinking and the potential benefit of Hackathons. Although previously reserved to tech companies or the most technology literate businesses, I am seeing more and more clients use this approach. When hearing about placements from Data Science graduates, I even heard of a hackathon with no coding at all. So, I thought it time for us to explore this phenomenon,.. Read More
Continuing our series of practical tips for managing a project. Guest blogger, Tony Boobier, shares his final 5 from experience with major IT programme.
To complement recent advice from our guest bloggers, let’s consider the political dimension of applying analytics in business. Annette & Peter have shared useful tips on applying analytics for both CX & Marketing. However, unlike the classroom, advancing such use of analytics in business always involves politics. Over the years, as well as protecting technical stars from performance management systems, I have often had to mentor them on politics. There.. Read More
One of the few Leadership books that I have come back to time & time again, is “The 7 habits of Highly Effective People“. Perhaps, alongside classics from writers like Dale Carnegie or Peter Drucker, this book by the late Stephen Covey, is one you’ve heard of. It might have been mentioned to you, from time to time, over many years. Did you intend to read it once, but have.. Read More