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.
This is part 2 of guest blogger, Hanne Sorteberg’s, series on Role Definition Workshops. I hope part 1 was useful to you. In this post, Hanne goes on to explain how to get from your long list of tasks, to the roles you need. As we start a month, focussed on Data Science, organising teams into the roles needed, is as relevant as ever. We have seen, in both Hanne’s.. Read More
Continuing our focus on designing your team, have you used role definition workshops? It’s not an approach that I’ve used before. But, I’m delighted to welcome back, guest blogger Hanne Sorteberg, to share her experience. She has so much advice to share, this is the first of another two-part series. Talking to Hanne, about these blog posts, I was impressed how this approach has worked for her, in very different.. Read More
On this most romantic of days, have your thoughts turned to how you could express loving your team? Happy Valentine’s Day to all our readers (or Ash Wednesday, if you’re more focussed on the start of Lent). However you celebrate today, I hope you can enjoy it & also have time to reflect. Please don’t misunderstand the title of this post, I am not talking about romantic engagement with your.. Read More
As we focus on developing your teams, I’m delighted to share why you need to focus on when? In his latest book, renowned business writer Daniel Pink, shares his extensive research on timing. In “When: The Scientific Secrets of Perfect Timing”, he makes a convincing case for us all to focus more on when to do different tasks. Despite being deeply researched, sharing evidence from a wide range of sectors,.. Read More
Guest blogger, Kevin Watson, shares 6 key behaviours that help leaders manage virtual teams effectively. Useful advice for data & analytics leaders.
Advice from 4 specialist publications, on how to design analytics teams. Options to consider, pitfalls to avoid & learning from experience of an apprentice.