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  • Modernizing the Organization to Support Data and Analytics

    Join TDWI's VP of Research, Fern Halper, Ph.D., as she discusses the results of her latest TDWI Best Practices Report on how successful companies are organizing to execute a winning strategy with analytics. July 12, 2022 view now

  • The Data Office in the New Normal

    Attend this TDWI Webinar to learn more about the data office, what it does, how it operates, and how to get started. March 24, 2022 view now

  • Building a Modern Data Team

    We will describe recent changes in modern data teams plus where these teams are headed. We’ll discuss trends and drivers for data team headcount, what skills are needed, reporting (central versus local) and internal team structures, and specialties within data management. August 12, 2020 view now

  • Emerging Trends for the Data-Centric Organization

    Learn about key data-centric trends, including the role of the citizen analyst and its emergence as the nontechnical data champion, the importance of educating and training for data awareness, the value of self-service, the changing role of IT, and why you need data governance. December 5, 2018 view now

  • Your First Hire in Predictive Analytics (Hint: It’s Not a Data Scientist)

    Many organizations are launching their first predictive analytics project and are not sure how or where to begin. With a great deal of hype around big data and data science, most companies understandably seek a data scientist with an extensive resume as their initial step. June 17, 2015 view now

  • Telling a Story with Data: Skills for Both Business and Technical Analysts

    Data and analytics are becoming more important than ever to businesses. However, the popularity of analytics is a double-edged sword when it comes to communicating results. Analytics professionals often fail to present results in a strong context and in a memorable, repeatable form. Some analysts have already turned to storytelling. Although results are often good, it also becomes clear that storytelling with data is both an art and a science. Its mastery improves with guidance. November 13, 2014 view now