Join us on our journey to define the data-informed organization. Dave Mathias and Matt Jesser host weekly episodes where we discuss the culture, knowledge and practices that successful organizations, leaders and individuals use to get value out of data.
Want to make your analytics efforts successful in your organization? Serena Roberts from Wolters Kluwer believes that building authentic relationships is the key to making progress. Advanced tools, technologies, and methods is important, but without relationship-building, your analytics won't drive real, transformational change.
Coming to you from Cape Town South Africa, Dave sits down with Jeff Sloan at a local coffee shop. Jeff is a self-prescribed Data Product Manager, blending product management principles with the data and analytics industry to create better solutions for internal and external customers.
Jordan Morrow is on a mission to help organizations and individuals become data literate. He believes that the ability to speak, read and write data will be the next big differentiator in the next few years. He travels around the world speaking with people about how to improve their own data literacy.
David Niemi loves higher education. So much so that he’s spent his entire career involved in it. From an early age, David recognized that there were better ways to help students and learners achieve their goals, and he’s been on a mission to make that experience better ever since.
Meet Kristen Sosulski. She’s an Associate Professor and an Author. Kristen is an absolute expert on Data Visualization and her passion is in helping up-and-coming analysts use visualization to enhance their work, tell stories, and communicate effectively with data.
We're talking about Improv! The ability to think on your feet, ask good questions, and connect with your audience in a meaningful way. Traditionally considered skills for comedy, we think they can help you be a better analyst.