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.
Advice for data, analytics or insight leaders who need to adopt Agile Working. First in a series of posts, this one shares 4 principles to embed in culture.
Explaining how to use KPIs and 9 pitfalls to avoid. Practical advice for managers from guest blogger Hanne Sorteberg, as part of our series on goal setting.
Continuing our theme of leaders’ lessons learnt from experience, lets turn to having a team mission. In this post our regular guest blogger, Tony Boobier, shares one of his most important lessons learnt. This complements our previous posts on personal goal setting and which goals might be suitable for insight leaders. Here, Tony turns his attention to the team as a whole. How can a mission be created that is.. Read More
Listening to a Digital UX Design leader this week, I was struck by how much Insight teams can learn from Design teams. I had the privilege of speaking at a Marcus Evans conference on West India Quay in London. “Optimise User Experience and Digital Design to Increase Customer Centricity for Financial Institutions“. That must be the (crazily) longest event name I’ve ever attended! Anyway, before I shared on softer skills,.. Read More
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 year, I have had more enquires than ever, about team coaching. Whether for senior leadership teams, or managers of Customer Insight/Analytics teams, the concept is on the rise. It is easy to understand why. Many have heard the benefits of one to one coaching for senior executives, but want to find a way of justifying this cost for more leaders. Both time & money have been cited to me.. Read More