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We've published interviews with the UK's first CDO, Chicago's first CDO, and the Commerce Dept.'s first CDO. This feature combines their insights with other CDOs to provide a roadm...
The ABCs of retention won't cut it for data scientists, which is why you must use creative tactics. Try these out-of-the-box retention strategies.
A promotion from COO to CEO isn't necessarily a good move if you're more adept at and you prefer operations over strategy. Think about where you'll be most effective.
Sentiment analysis attempts to gauge the mood of a group based on their online conversations with each other. This is a good way to learn valuable information about your data scien...
Tech visionary and former SAP CTO Vishal Sikka is the new CEO of Infosys. His credibility as a technical professional could help win customers' trust, and ultimately transform the ...
When you embrace tribal knowledge with the right management philosophy, you can achieve superior data science capability at little to no additional cost.
John Weathington points out interesting correlations between normal distributions in statistics and informal norms as they're distributed throughout analytic organizations.
Leadership and management are vital for an effective organization, but leadership tips the scales. Focus most of your data science efforts on improving leadership capabilities.
Leadership remains the art of corporate organization. It is the most important factor in the survival and the growth of the firm. The continuing existence of the firm depends on th...
When deciding whether to hire or promote an internal or an external candidate for a leadership position, these are the factors to consider.