Most businesses are managing an enormous amount of data. However, simply collecting data isn’t the same as understanding it. Roberto Sigona of Qlik explains why organisations need to improve their data literacy.
Leyre Murillo-Villar is chief data officer and data control lead at BNP Paribas. She is also a member of the Women in Data 20 in Data and Tech list. She told DataIQ about the need to close the gender gap and how data is at the heart of managing risk.
The problem with stereotypes is that they linger. There isn’t an informed individual on the planet who would argue that STEM industries (science, technology, engineering and maths) ought to be male-dominated, and yet, these sectors remain imbalanced towards male representation. This is partly down to the aforementioned stereotype that these sectors ought to be “man’s work”.
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
Bhagya Reddy is principal data engineer at QuantumBlack, a McKinsey company. 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 what it means to her and shared her views on the sector.
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?
Reema Poddar of Teradata heads up the company’s technology and innovation office and looks after the information security. She tells Toni Sekinah about the women she admired in the technology and business worlds, what she does to make sure the customer comes first and how she encourages diversity in her organisation.
Dustin Spangler of Larry H Miller Sports and Entertainment has a huge variety of data to deal with as sports teams, a cycle race and a cinema chain, to name a few, fall under his company’s umbrella. He tells Toni Sekinah the challenges that he and his team face when dealing with that variety of data and how they went about choosing a cloud platform.
At the beginning of November, IT veteran Tiffany Hall took on the role of chair of Ada, National College for Digital Skills. She tells Toni Sekinah how she hopes to support the college, which is helping more diverse groups of students enter the STEM sector, as it enters its second phase.