Lyndsay Weir is global data and analytics manager at Nestlé. At the Women in Data conference in November, she was named as one of the new list of female industry role models, the 20 in Data and Tech. She told DataIQ how being a female leader and role model can be done in a quiet way.
For data-driven organisations, some of your most high-potential employees are those with strong data skills and a desire to share them with others. James Eiloart of Tableau explains how to identify and manage these data champions
Consumers are far more fickle, experimental and granular than ever. To move faster and predict their buying trends more accurately, businesses need to embrace new innovations in data analytics. Andrew Appel of IRI explains why.
When over 200 delegates attended the 2019 DataIQ Transform conference, it provided an opportunity to check in on the timeline for digital transformation projects, as well as when value is likely to be realised and what role data is playing. David Reed reports.
With just one week to go until the window for nominations to the DataIQ 100 2020 edition closes, the pressure is on to get your name onto the long list. Competition is intense - Will you make the 2020 list?
The Open Data Institute is the non-profit organisation set up by Prof Sir Nigel Shadbolt and Sir Tim Berners-Lee to inspire people to be more innovative with data. At the ODI’s annual summit, the co-founders told Toni Sekinah why there should be a moratorium on online political advertising in the run-up the to the UK December general election and why data is not the new oil.
Many of the roles in our sector did not exist ten or even five years’ ago. So, how do we expect young people to understand them? And how do we expect teachers to inspire, engage and excite young people about the opportunities? Natalie Cramp of Profusion suggests a solution.
Yasmeen Ahmad, of Teradata, began her data career with a PhD in proteomics data. She tells Toni Sekinah about being a role model for women in data, the different attitudes to regulation in Europe and the US and why she is so excited by the prospect of personalised medicine.
Professor Daniel Ray is a veteran of the healthcare data sector and is our number two in the DataIQ 100 2019. He told Toni Sekinah how patients and clinicians can be empowered by data and what he plans to do once he leaves his role at the end of this decade.
Since launching in 2015, Women in Data has seen its community and conference audiences grow significantly. On the eve of the fifth event, its co-founders told David Reed why, despite an active and growing cohort of female data practitioners, there is still such a long way to go - and therefore a need for the network.