A data process that supports innovation
How do you arrive at the right data for your organisation? How do you develop the right measurements for alignment and performance? We flirted with mental models in our previous post and it’s handy again here. By the end of this post, we hope to have presented a different lens on your data organisation, one that helps you answer these questions and also gives you reason to revise how you view performance in your data organisation.
Melbourne reopens today with a significant lift in restrictions and promises of more to pave our way back to the freedoms we had before this pandemic! Are you energised by the prospect of accelerating projects that have lost some momentum? Or perhaps frustrated and wanting a return into offices to revive projects that are 6-18 months behind on targets? If your projects have a dependency on Data, here are a
I was more than a little intrigued recently when the need for a key management system cropped up for one of our Data capabilities. Key management solutions tend to be a particularly obscure part of the data world, hidden away, taken for granted in companies with established and complex datawarehousing solutions, and rarely needed in young companies. In Data, mentions of keys tend to elicit thoughts of primary keys, foreign
A couple of months ago, I suggested to my best friend that I have her kids over for a sleepover for the Labour day long weekend. “It’ll be great, our kids will finally spend more time with each other and they’ll actually grow up knowing one another”. Pragmatically, I suggested we not lock anything in as we couldn’t predict what Covid restrictions might land in good old Melbourne. I think