Insights-driven public companies grow faster with data as their fuel. Yet nine out of ten struggle to scale their analytics. One of the biggest obstacles is ensuring you have the right skills and mindset right across the organisation. James Eiloart of Tableau suggests ways to find them from inside and outside of your business.
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
Technology is to buzzwords as jam is to wasps. But don’t let the jargon put you off - underneath these terms there are innovative approaches that can help to transform your business. James Eiloart of Tableau explains why data democratisation is one such example.
It’s easy to launch a new cliché into this industry - just put the word data in front of anything you can think of. Andy Cotgreave argues that despite the swarms of buzzwords, there really are useful new tools and data visualisation techniques lurking underneath.
The Bauhaus art school was founded 100 years ago this year. The global design movement initiated by the school’s foundation changed architecture and interior design forever. Has it also influenced the field of data visualisation and communication? Tableau’s Andy Cotgreave considers.
Data analysts may feel their struggle to make data comprehensible through great visualisation are dealing with a 21st Century problem. But as Tableau’s Andy Cotgreave explains, it is a problem with a 250-year history that’s well worth understanding.