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.
I hope you’ve found this month’s Data Science content to be useful, as I’d also like to share with you some personal Data Science stories. To complement the technical resources I’ve shared recently, it’s important to also focus on the people side. Customer Insight Leader exists to encourage and inform more holistic customer insight leaders, covering the disciplines of data, analytics & research, as well as the requisite leadership skills… Read More
Sometimes a determined focus on Customers & Insight can cause us to take our ‘eye of the ball‘ with regards to colleagues or employees. Well, you may not have made that mistake, but I’ve certainly done so in the past. In the busyness of achieving our insight goals, it was too easy to forget about employee insight or take action to address their concerns. For that reason, it was good to.. Read More
Following on from tips for your research and database marketing teams, this week we turn our attention to the 3rd quadrant of customer insight, your analytics team. Given the emphasis of advertising & events for this community, it’s tempting to focus on technical skills. So much social media airtime is given over to new software, coding skills or data solutions, you would think that was all that was needed for effective.. Read More
Starting with this post, I am going to share a weekly series of ‘3 top tips’ for maximising the value of each of the different technical teams within a Customer Insight department; starting with the research team. This content is intended to complement our previous focus on holistic customer insight. None of what I’m about to share is rocket science and is probably only a reminder of what you knew.. Read More
For a previous poll, in answer to the question “which support service would you choose?”, your most popular choice was training for customer insight teams. The joint next choices were, a capability health check, or bespoke consultancy. This is coupled with 88% of you confirming that in an “ideal world” you would seek external help. Since May, I’ve spoken at five different customer insight related conferences, and the questions asked during.. Read More