Tag or Interest: organisation and culture

  1. 15/11/2018 - 11:30 Type of content: Article
    Check your privilege, mate. That is the very minimum that should be said to the man who aggressively challenged one of the founders of Women in Data during Big Data Ldn. Picking a verbal fight over the rights or wrongs of perceived positive discrimination in a public...
  2. 08/11/2018 - 15:00 Type of content: Article
    The 2019 edition of the DataIQ 100 is open for nominations. In what has been a highly-dynamic year for data and analytics, the look of next year’s list is likely to be very different from the one we published in February of this year. Just at the level of career moves...
  3. 17/10/2018 - 09:30 Type of content: Article
    The challenges of being a woman working in data seems to revolve around the low numbers of women in this sector and the issues associated with low representation. As highlighted by the annual Ada Lovelace day, attracting women into STEM courses and onwards to tech- and...
  4. 31/10/2018 - 09:15 Type of content: Article
    At the end of May, 22 data enthusiasts turned up at a building in the vicinity of Royal Mail’s iconic Mount Pleasant sorting office in central London for a charity hackathon. Not only did this event have a philanthropic goal, but it brough Royal Mail into contact with...
  5. 30/10/2018 - 09:45 Type of content: Article
    To Jennifer Major the traditional stereotype of the people working in data is either white, middle-class people or geeky nerds, but she is seeing this starting to change. With a broader recognition that people with a variety of skillsets are needed to work in this...
  6. 15/10/2018 - 10:45 Type of content: Article
    Eddie Copeland, director of government innovation at Nesta, believes that the best way for public sector organisations to improve public services is by making better use of their data, much in the same way that private sector companies can be more efficient and serve...
  7. 09/10/2018 - 09:15 Type of content: Article
    Augusta Ada King, Countess of Lovelace is considered to be the first computer programmer because of the many computing concepts she introduced. Lovelace was the only child of poet Lord Byron to be born in wedlock. Her parents separated soon after her brth in 1815...
  8. 01/10/2018 - 11:00 Type of content: Article
    Financial services business processing and outsourcing company Target Group has more than £25 billion in assets, processes more than £3 billion of direct debits every year, and has 19 million accounts under management. With this in mind, it is small wonder the...
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