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Discover the strategies that convert data into insights and action. Acclaimed data analytics leaders will unearth the secrets of their success in each episode. Subscribe below to stay abreast of the best practices, trends, and technologies driving our fast-paced industry! For transcript articles of the podcasts visit https://www.eckerson.com/podcasts/secrets-of-data-analytics-leaders
 
Workplace Champions: The strategies of talent-minded business leaders are exposed inside the realm of mid-sized businesses when business journalist Jack Sweeney and performance thought leader Brett Knowles spotlight innovations in human capital management (HCM). The Workplace Champions Podcast is all about inspiring business leaders as they learn from the failures, Ah-ha! moments, and workplace successes of other small and medium business leaders. It’s no secret that small and mid-sized busi ...
 
So the question is this, how do entrepreneurial sales people like us, who have traditionally sold alone and used gut and intuition to hit their number, take their innate talents and begin selling using science, technology, and the secrets of thousands who have done it before---to crush their quota and change the world. That is the question and this podcast provides the answers.
 
For this new special edition podcast series, we’ve spoken with hundreds of Growth Marketing Leaders to discuss what it means to lead as a growth marketing executive in the face of adversity/change and periods of growth. With this series, we hope to help other marketing executives and growth marketing leaders navigate unchartered territories and learn from other tech driven growth executives within the tech D2C space. How can a Growth Marketing Executive ensure that everyone stays calm and co ...
 
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The COVID shock forces enterprises in every market to accelerate and reshape their data analytics strategies. This trend is likely to continue. “Data Elite” enterprises survived this year through a mix of agility, efficiency, and intelligence. They met these requirements of survival as they accelerated their digital transformations, adopted cloud d…
 
"Talent has become really important, and you have to remain constantly focused on it—today, I spend around 20% of my time on it." - Ross Tennenbaum, CFO, Avalara CFOTL: What are your priorities for the coming year? Tennenbaum: One is building out our finance and accounting talent to take us to a billion dollars’ worth of revenue and beyond. We’re a…
 
Continuous Intelligence (CI) integrates historical and real-time analytics to automatically monitor and update various types of systems, including supply chains, telecommunications networks and e-commerce sites. CI encompasses data ingestion, transformation and analytics, as well as operational “triggers” that recommend or initiate specific real-ti…
 
More keenly aware of the competitive price of employee burnout and workforce attrition — many midsize companies are today busy rethinking how they attract, hire and inspire employees. The Workplace Champions Podcast explores the innovative workforce practices of talent-minded business leaders tasked with opening a new chapter of growth for their mi…
 
Listen Closely to Seasoned Amy Millard the CMO at VTS who has navigated several downturns on how to handle the unknowns that 2020 presents and her guidance for ensuring your team stays unified. https://rockettalent.co/podcasts/ --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/rockettalent/message
 
This blog compares Predictive vs Prognostic analytics and gives a quick view into systems dynamics and causal modeling. If it sparks your interest, watch for an upcoming series of articles connecting the practices of systems thinking, causal analysis, and analytics.Originally published at: https://www.eckerson.com/articles/looking-at-the-future-thr…
 
This blog is about Continuous Intelligence (CI) and how it integrates historical and real-time analytics to operate, monitor and tune systems of all types. Our next blogs will explore architectural approaches to CI, and how to navigate the trade offs it introduces to your organization.Originally published at: https://www.eckerson.com/articles/conti…
 
This blog is about Graphics Processing Units (GPU) and how much of the focus and industry growth in the use of GPUs has come from their suitability for machine learning, especially neural networks, more commonly known as deep learning. Originally published at: https://www.eckerson.com/articles/gpu-databases-getting-more-value-from-your-machine-lear…
 
This blog is about the challenge of data sprawl and how the combination of AI-based entity matching, schema matching, and enhanced knowledge graphing is moving us ever closer to the vision of self-driving data.Originally published at: https://www.eckerson.com/articles/using-data-knowledge-to-conquer-data-sprawl…
 
This EG blog is about data modernization steps and guiding principles that can help maintain balance within schools, stores, and other face to face businesses affected by COVID-19. Originally published at: https://www.eckerson.com/articles/covid-19-and-higher-education-a-case-study-in-data-modernization…
 
This is an audio blog on BI on the Cloud Data Lake and how to improve the productivity of data engineers. We'll dive deeper into the question; what’s the best measure of success for data pipeline efficiency? This is part 2 of a two part blog. Originally published at: https://www.eckerson.com/articles/business-intelligence-on-the-cloud-data-lake-par…
 
This audio blog is about business intelligence on the cloud data lake and why it arose and how to architect for it.This is Part 1 of a two part blog series. Originally published at: https://www.eckerson.com/articles/business-intelligence-on-the-cloud-data-lake-part-1-why-it-arose-and-how-to-architect-for-it…
 
This audio blog is about the data lakehouse and how it is the latest incantation from a handful of data lake providers to usurp the rapidly changing cloud data warehousing market. It is one of three blogs featured in the data lakehouse series.Originally published at: https://www.eckerson.com/articles/all-hail-the-data-lakehouse-if-built-on-a-modern…
 
This is an audio blog about the perplexities of the Data Lakehouse and if it is, indeed, the "paradigm of the decade".To hear more of Eckerson Group perspectives on the data lakehouse be sure to check out the blogs from colleagues, Wayne Eckerson and Kevin Petrie, and the recording of our recent Shop Talk discussion.Originally published at: https:/…
 
This audio blog discusses the Data Lakehouse, a marketing concept that evokes clean PowerPoint imagery, and why and how the New Cloud Data Lake will play a very real role in modern enterprise environments.Originally published at: https://www.eckerson.com/articles/data-lakehouses-hold-water-thanks-to-the-cloud-data-lake…
 
This audio blog discusses cloud adoption and how data teams will migrate an increasing portion of their on-premises operational and analytics workloads to the cloud. They can best meet budget and project requirements by using data streaming technologies such as change data capture (CDC), which replicates real-time updates between data source and ta…
 
This audio blog is about how the CHOP’s data and analytics (DnA) team uses near real-time data and information to decide how to marshal its resources to contain the pandemic. The culmination of all of this work has been an enterprise COVID-19 dashboard that is distributed to enterprise leadership daily.Originally published at:https://www.eckerson.c…
 
This audio blog is about the emerging concept of the data mesh and how enterprises are working tirelessly to centralize diverse, ever-multiplying datasets by transforming mountains of data they don’t understand, into information that analysts do understand.Originally published at: https://www.eckerson.com/articles/the-data-mesh-re-thinking-data-int…
 
As of this writing, billions of consumers live in quarantine. They buy what they need online, comforting themselves with food, TV, and toilet paper. Nobody is splurging at the mall.To say the least, it is an interesting time to analyze discretionary consumer behavior. As Director of the Voice of Consumer Analytics at Adidas, Tiankai helps measure a…
 
This audio blog focuses on data storytelling and how it uses numbers, narrative, and visuals to communicate insights that would otherwise be hard to absorb. Originally published at: https://www.eckerson.com/articles/data-storytelling-part-i-telling-it-like-it-is-and-was-and-will-beBy Eckerson Group
 
In this episode the founder and CEO of Rocket Talent, Jonathan Spiess, sits down with the CRO at Charitybuzz, Ben Erwin. Charitybuzz is a leading online auction hub that utilizes celebrities and high end brands to raise funds primarily for nonprofit organizations. Ben enlightens us with how Charitybuzz has continued to fundraise and magnify Charity…
 
This audio blog focuses on increase usage of NLP to navigate different formats, languages, terminologies, and biases and how this technology will help analyze the fast-growing body of research on COVID-19.Originally published at:https://www.eckerson.com/articles/how-covid-19-will-drive-adoption-of-natural-language-processing…
 
The current COVID-19 pandemic has brought unprecedented disruption to the country, and many companies in the D2C (Direct to Consumer) Industry. Executive leadership needs to step up to the plate now more than ever. Growth Marketing & Digital Marketing Leaders need to be especially nimble when uncertainty is the rule and not the exception. All busin…
 
Chief data officers (CDOs) first appeared in enterprise organizations after the Sarbanes Oxley Act became law in the United States in 2002 to improve corporate governance controls. CDOs started with a trickle, but have since become a flood, now populating more than two-thirds of large enterprises, according to a recent survey by NewVantage Partners…
 
A chief data officer not only defines a data strategy to meet current needs but also evolves the strategy to ensure that the organization derives value far into the future.Originally published at https://www.eckerson.com/articles/seven-core-responsibilities-of-a-chief-data-officer-cdoBy Eckerson Group
 
Data leaders who launch self-service analytics programs without knowing their business users risk unleashing chaos. Data leaders need to canvas the organization and understand who produces what information for whom and where.Originally published at https://www.eckerson.com/articles/succeeding-with-self-service-analytics-know-thy-customer…
 
Master Data Management is no shiny object. But like many traditional IT practices, MDM is being severely tested – and rendered all the more strategic – by digitalization and rising data volumes.Originally published at https://www.eckerson.com/articles/five-master-data-management-best-practices-for-enterprises…
 
The rise of machine learning has placed a premium on finding new sources of data to fuel predictive models. But acquiring external data is often expensive and many data sets are rife with errors and difficult to combine with internal data. But that’s going to change in 2020. To help us understand the scale, scope, and dimensions of emerging data ma…
 
Data is critical for learning about the needs of the market, product bugs and issues, competitive solutions, and many other things. As such, analytics plays an important role in the innovation process.Originally published at https://www.eckerson.com/articles/how-can-analytics-support-business-innovation…
 
All organizations need to go down a similar path of data maturity. While you can skip steps in technology, you can’t skip steps in business data maturity.Originally published at https://www.eckerson.com/articles/evolutionary-not-revolutionary-invest-less-in-new-tech-and-more-in-your-data-valuesBy Eckerson Group
 
In this episode, Wayne Eckerson and Matthew Schwartz discuss non-traditional uses of business intelligence tools. Although BI tools have been around for almost three decades, most companies just scratch the surface of what’s possible to do with those tools. Using web layers and APIs, a company can use their imagination to customize and leverage the…
 
One of the hardest parts of running a data analytics program inside a large organization is governing data and reports. It’s simply too easy for the definition of core data elements and metrics to get out of sync and reports to contain conflicting information.Angie Davis has straddled both the business and IT worlds for more than 20 years. She serv…
 
Customers are king and nowhere is that more apparent than in the casino and gaming industry. The retention and treatment of a customer can make or break a company. In this episode, managing partner Cory Morowitz talks about his experience consulting companies on the importance of the customer in the gaming industry.…
 
Transparency is a buzzword but it’s still important. Great companies have figured out a way to be transparent but also be private. Transparency doesn’t mean telling everything but it does mean open and honestly. In this episode, David Karp talks about transparency and how great companies use this tool to be successful.…
 
Account management has been around a long time but it’s changing every day. There are emerging trends that are forcing leaders of account management to change the way they do their job and it’s a good thing. In this episode, Suneal Rao talks about trends in account management and the secrets great companies are following to win with this important …
 
Inside sales is growing at incredible rates and it doesn’t appear to be slowing down anytime soon. Many companies struggle to figure out how to change their typical outside sales motion to an inside sales motion. In this episode, Jeff Knowlton from Softchoice talks to us about how to effectively scale an inside sales team.…
 
Companies that excel at advanced analytics and data science maximize the value of their data. They unearth hidden opportunities and become innovators in the industry. Although each organization has different goals, the underlying processes and tools to become successful at analytics remain somewhat the same. In this episode, Alan Jacobson explains …
 
Why do sales reps always want to talk about themselves? It’s because they are comfortable with that. It’s hard to learn about the customer, their problems, and their industry but that’s exactly what great salespeople do. They spend more time on the customer then they do themselves. In this episode, Chief Business Development Officer Lori Langholz t…
 
We've all sold for a long time but many of us have not taken the time to step back and think about what are the principles that make us successful in our day-to-day selling. In this episode, Joe Haynie from JCI talks to us about three enduring sales principles that have shaped his career and help to make him a successful sales leader…
 
Pre-call planning is one of most important tasks we overlook in sales. Many sales reps want to simply get on the phone and do their thing, but more and more reps are finding that shoot from the hip approach is not working. In this episode, we dive into how Jeff Boyle from Cision coaches his team to think about pre-call planning: - Research the cont…
 
There are a lot of salespeople in the world but not every salesperson really wants it. To win at sales, you have to dive deep into yourself and really decided if you want to really get better at what you do or not. Don’t talk the talk if you’re not ready to walk the walk. In this episode, we talk about how some of the greatest salespeople in the wo…
 
September 11th was a terrible time for many people and the US as a whole. For many people, it was a day they will never forget as it changes their lives forever. In this special episode, we talk to inside sales executive Jim Donovan about his experience on 9/11 and how his life was transformed.By Gabe Larsen, Jim Donnovan
 
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