To reinforce our belief that people are the real data asset, we have created five new pieces of recognition. Awarded in partnership with Tableau, they identify five individuals who we see as role models and reference points for the activities we advocate within the DataIQ Way.
At DataIQ Transform, we present powerful examples of companies who have recognised that their competitive environment has heated up and how they have applied data and analytics to find new ways to thrive.
This report will give you a greater insight into the data skills gap emergency and the challenges it’s creating. Armed with the full picture, you can explore innovative ways to increase data literacy ...
Most organisations have come to terms with the importance of data and analytics. However, without a defined strategic roadmap to facilitate the pivot towards data, transformations can be ineffective. At two DataIQ Leaders roundtables conducted in July 2021, members discussed the best methods for embedding data into their organisational structure.
Data teams are under increasing pressure to drive value within the business, which often means automating any repeat processes that can be mapped and standardised. This includes analytical processes. At a DataIQ Leaders roundtable in June 2021, members discussed the best methods for laying the foundations of a successful journey to automate analytics.
Outsourcing can be effective and deliver a new solution rapidly. Or it can become challenging with scope creep and missed deadlines. It is almost certainly inevitable, even within data departments. A DataIQ Leaders roundtable considered the drivers of outsourcing and the critical success factors to look out for. David Reed reports.