Our coaching and training methods take your existing technical skills and contextualize them within broader areas of insight, including analytics awareness and resiliency practices, applied decision theory, and ownership as an analytics leader.
Rather than investing solely in the tools of the trade, we make deep investments in the practitioners and executors themselves.
For training in the technical skills of data science, check out the Business Analytics certificate taught by our CEO, Ben Olsen.
We're excited to announce an affordable Seattle-based training program for those interested in getting started in data science and business intelligence.
I am deeply curious about how to turn my experience on the internet from a vaguely anti-social one to one where I can actually connect with people.
In case you haven't heard, multitasking is dead.
Are executives disconnected? Or are technical people just bad at communicating?
When we’re working in analytics, understanding the building blocks of a story allows us to be aware of what we’re crafting in our presentation.
Storytelling is the critical overarching skill that analytics professionals need to develop in order to unlock the full impact of analytics in the day-to-day.
We respond to a new report by The Economist Intelligence Unit titled "Broken Links: Why Analytics Investments Have Yet to Pay Off."
How do we develop strong methods and metrics to measure effectiveness of abstract or nebulous goals?
To unlock the full value of analytics, your organization needs to develop coaching as a skill among all its leaders.
There is a darker side to data science.