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Productivity for me starts by gaining insights on my own behavior with just the right amount of information. How do the best teams in the world do this and what challenges do they face? Follow me as I explore this with Chris Boys co-founder of Umano, a team analytics company that takes team effectiveness to a whole new level. Episode page: https://…
 
"I've never seen an organization that understands the cost, value, and benefit of their information assets." Follow me as I speak with James Price, a black belt in information asset management and a true multi-domain expert. Episode Page: https://bit.ly/3zzZuOU 🎙️About The Data Project is a journey to bridge the gap between data users and data prac…
 
Information flow is at the heart of any resilient organisation. But we are unlikely to see outcomes unless data is properly managed and people feel empowered to use it. To understand more about the second challenge today I speak with Ben Jones, co-founder and CEO of Data Literacy.com. 🎙️About The Data Project is a journey to bridge the gap between …
 
Datasets are a limited representation of what we do in the world. The extent to which they are useful depends on our ability to structure data, use it to refine our intuition, and maintain a growth mindset until best practices become second nature. My guest today is Andrew Andrews, Vice President of DAMA Australia. What's new - Podcast Briefs! Podc…
 
Great data scientists blend prediction models with reliable data and domain knowledge, but without a data management program, the last two are left to chance. What do the best data science teams do differently? Follow me as I find out with Vlad Ardelean, lead data scientist at Growth from Knowledge (GFK). Full Transcripts: https://www.datafoundatio…
 
Data Governance is the cornerstone of every successful data management program, but it is often associated with suffocating rigidity, great cost, and unclear ROI. How can we get it right? Today I speak with George Firican to find out! George is the Director of Data Governance & Business Intelligence at The University of British Columbia, the creato…
 
What can data teams learn from community managers? When my friend and community manager Ravit Jain reached out I was thrilled to discover how his mindset at work could be useful to data teams. 🎙️About The Data Project is a journey to bridge the gap between data users and data practitioners. The goal is to help organizations understand the value of …
 
The Data Project started as an experiment with a 20 dollar microphone and a small table on wheels, wrapped around blankets in the bathroom of my 1 unit apartment. Today I have an office, a microphone, and above all, I have you, my listeners. This episode is a short summary of the journey so far, and what I think is coming in the near future. 🎙️Abou…
 
If we want to deliver value at scale, we need our systems to know what our people know, and we need to be able to trust it. ML and AI are pointless if we don’t establish the truth first, which means data management should be a strategic imperative for any organization. Yet data management is perceived as one of the most boring topics in data and mo…
 
Most of our decisions are made emotionally. This means that self-awareness is crucial to tell compelling stories and build trust! Today I speak with Gilbert Eijkelenboom about soft skills and the role that they play in data teams. I hope that as we find more effective ways to use data, we will also learn to create deeper and more meaningful connect…
 
Today I speak with Jonathan Brooks about building a modern data warehouse. We speak about the case for a declarative SQL-based layer, the principles of analytics engineering, and Data Built Tool (DBT). We also compare this to legacy data platforms to understand how tech is changing the way we think about data. You can follow Jonathan on LinkedIn. 🎙…
 
Today I speak with Nadja Jury about navigating uncertainty in new data teams. Nadja's journey in data starts with the customer support team. She soon realized that implicit and contradicting assumptions degenerate into fragmented and unreliable data. In a quest to change this, she spearheaded a new way of working which gave her an opportunity to le…
 
Today I speak with Rebecca Lodin about the impact of data in manufacturing and project management, the similarity between a production plant and a data warehouse, how cloud-based technologies lower technical and financial barriers, how this highlights the role that psychological safety plays in supporting a data-driven culture, and other topics. 🎙️…
 
Today I speak with Luiza Menezes about data catalogs and being confident about the business meaning behind a piece of data. The lack of a solid data foundation erodes data trust and leads to inefficiencies and frustrations. 🎙️About The Data Project is a journey to bridge the gap between data users and data practitioners. The goal is to help organiz…
 
Data access is one of the most frustrating parts of analytics. Teams often underestimate the cost of moving data around, and requests from business analysts are often perceived as a tax on engineering time. Today I dive into this topic with my former colleague and senior business analyst Francesco Scoto. 🎙️About The Data Project is a journey to bri…
 
What is data science? Today I speak with Humberto Stein Shiromoto about Data Engineering, DataOps vs DevOps, the data mining lifecycle and the CRISP model, hypothesis testing, the Dunning Kruger effect, and more. 🎙️About The Data Project is a journey to bridge the gap between data users and data practitioners. The goal is to help organizations unde…
 
Today I speak with Stephen Pollak about his path to data science and the fundamental problems that frustrate practitioners. We often underestimate data access and data quality, and this leads to data scientists doing the job of engineers or architects. 🎙️About The Data Project is a journey to bridge the gap between data users and data practitioners…
 
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