As we come to the end of a month, focussed on Data Science, lets hear about the average week of a Data Scientist. On this blog, we seek to get past the spin & platitudes of much advertising on data science. So, I’m delighted to bring you a new guest blogger, to share his reality. Chris Bose is a Data Scientist, running a small technical PR company, In Press PR. As.. Read More
Once your analysts have a clear business question to answer, do they start new analysis each time, potentially ‘reinventing the wheel‘? After creating or leading data & analytics teams for many years, I began to notice this pattern of behaviour. What we seemed to lack was a consistent knowledge management solution or ‘corporate memory‘ that could easily spot what should be remembered. Funnily enough, as became convinced of the need for ‘holistic customer.. Read More
As we focus on Analytics & Data Science this month, I’ve been reminded of how a Competency Framework can help. Both work with clients, and my own experience in creating & leading analytics teams, has taught me that such a tool can help in a number of ways. In this post I’ll explain what I mean by a competency framework and the different ways it can help Analytics, Data Science or.. Read More
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)
Do you have plans for events to attend this autumn? Are they ones that will help you stay on top of the developments in Customer Insight broadly, or Data & Analytics in particular? How will you reboot your thinking after a relaxing break in the sun? If you don’t yet have plans for that ‘back to school‘ time, after summer holidays, we can help. Customer Insight Leader is going to be looking.. Read More
Tips on how to set goals that you deliver in 2018. Paul Laughlin shares his personal experience, with a system that really works.