IF YOU’RE DATA DRIVEN, YOU’LL WANT TO WATCH THIS!
Not everyone gets excited about analytics and data ...
July 30, 2020 @ 1 PM EST
Jim Sterne explained business computers in the 1980's, online marketing in the 1990’s, and digital analytics in the 2000’s. Sterne was cofounder and served for 17 years as the Board Chair of the Digital Analytics Association, and his twelfth book is Artificial Intelligence for Marketing: Practical Applications.
📚 Check out Jim's 12th book Artificial Intelligence for Marketing: Practical Applications
Aug 13, 2020 @ 1 PM EST
Donald Farmer is globally recognized as a visionary Product Leader, sought after speaker, patent holder and author who has built and executed BI and AI strategy for industry leaders Microsoft and Qlik, and numerous startups and mid-stage companies.
Donald has a track record of success that includes leading and being part of transformative global teams, such as helping SQL Server eclipse Oracle as the largest enterprise class DB in the world to leading transformative product strategy at Qlik that helped drive a 3.3 billion dollar aquistion.
Through TreeHive, Donald and his team focus on working with companies who recognize that a sound BI and AI strategy can be the cornerstone to unlocking innovation and giving them a competitive advantage in the market place.
TreeHive provides a simple, accessible approach to baselining, surfacing and action how companies and product teams leverage BI and AI.
Aug 19, 2020 @ 1 PM EST
Ted Bross has almost 50 years of experience in Higher Education, working in a variety of institutions and roles. In his current position as Senior Director, Center for Data, Analytics and Reporting (CeDAR) at Princeton University, he is responsible for all strategic and operational administrative reporting. Prior to this current position at Princeton, Ted oversaw the development of the Princeton Information Warehouse as well as directing all custom application development for the university. He has worked as the Associate Director of Institutional Research at the University of Pennsylvania, and both the Director of Administrative Computing and Director of Undergraduate Admissions at Thomas Jefferson University (Pennsylvania).
In addition to being an original member of the Higher Education Data Warehouse (HEDW) Board, including being its president in 2011, he has served and chaired two PeopleSoft Product Advisory Groups, was a charter member of the Cognos Higher Education User Group, is a current member the Core Data Service working group sponsored by EDUCAUSE and a founding member of the Central NJ Tableau Users Group. Ted holds a doctorate from Rutgers University in Adult Development and Learning, has presented at numerous professional conferences and has had multiple papers published in professional journals. He has taught at the graduate level at UMDNJ (now Rutgers), Thomas Jefferson University and Drexel University.
Email Ted if you'd like to connect or have a friendly chat about analytics or running.
Aug 4, 2020 @ 1 PM EST
Dan has nearly 30 years of business experience as a CFO/ CIO/ COO/VP Planning/ VP Operations and decided to join InterWorks to provide the best possible data visualization solutions available. He strives to give clients high-value solutions that can be implemented quickly, incrementally and without significant risk.
Drawing from his extensive experience, Dan wrote the acclaimed Tableau guidebook "Tableau Your Data!" His contributions to the Tableau community have earned him the title of Tableau Zen Master.
Outside of being a business-intelligence guru, Dan’s hobbies include blogging, analyzing the federal budget and offering his opinion on solving any of the world’s major problems. He also enjoys mountain climbing, long wilderness treks and hanging out with his family. According to Dan, after all his life experiences, the most insightful question he’s ever been asked was by his daughter: “Daddy, are there any mommy long-leggers?” As you can see, Dan also benefits from a good sense of humor.
Aug 18, 2020 @ 1 PM EST
Jordan Morrow is Qlik's Global Head of Data Literacy, helping individuals and organizations realize their data and analytical potential by bringing to light and enhancing skills in data literacy. When not found within data and analytics, I can be found with my family or trail running the mountains of Utah.
... but for those of us that do, it can be frustrating spending valuable time on webinars, podcasts, and videos that are:
If you're trying to improve your data literacy, data management, data analysis, data visualization, data science … there’s a big difference between people talking about being data driven and you hearing from those who have lived the work of being data driven.
So, here's the question.
Who can help you develop the skills and processes needed to solve the complex data problems you face every day?
I couldn’t find it, so I created it!
In this free video series I’ll be talking with the brightest doers to hear about their successes and failures working across the world of analytics. The conversations are laser-focused on delivering actionable insights to you.
And I’ll go on the record and say this now. This won’t be a typical boring and dry data talk. These will be interviews with experts and people I personally know!
My guests have incredible knowledge and expertise to share, and we’re going to extract it and break it down in 30 minutes!
Listen, if you're always trying to find an edge of how to work in better ways, get better results, and foster a better culture and you're tired the endless interviews, podcasts, and webinars that feel like product pitches and vaguely cover things you should be doing, Analytics Stories is exactly what you've been searching for.
Each episode is 30 minutes, perfect to watch during a break or over lunch or listen during a walk (you need to get away from the screen).
But, be careful, once you see how valuable and interesting these videos are, you may end up binge-watching them like your favorite Netflix series!
I’ve been working to build and establish connections across the data literacy community for years. This program is just one of the many ways that I promote data literacy in the world.
I look forward to having you be part of the journey as I launch Analytic Stories!