Good Analytics Pros need more than Tech
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Over 250 Cognitive biases, fallacies, errors, and more | Peak Energy ...

... when making decisions (also called “insufficient adjustment”).
Jeffrey Popova-Clark MBA MTaxFP CIA CISA AFAIM's insight:

A great list of typical thinking errors that a good data scientist spots as part of their contribution. Particularly note the "well travelled road effect". Those in the know will get a good chuckle for this one.

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CIOs Overcome Shortage of Business Analytics Talent

Via Mario Bojilov
Mario Bojilov's curator insight, January 30, 2013 5:48 AM

Historical reports alone aren't sufficient anymore for making corporate decisions.  Executives wants current and future trends to be identified by Business Intelligence professionals.  And, this means that just running a data warehouse or building a dashboard is not sufficient anymore.


A report by the McKinsey Global Institute predicts that by 2018 only US could lack 140,000 to 190,000 workers with the required analytical skills.


And, according to Boris Evelson at Forrester, "Every single client I talk to tells me they are struggling with finding and retaining Business Intelligence talent".


IT leaders are thinking how to get the people now as well as develop the technologists with right skills for the future.

Jeffrey Popova-Clark MBA MTaxFP CIA CISA AFAIM's comment, January 31, 2013 12:10 AM
CIOs need to look at sourcing tech savvy business people as well as business-savvy tech people to fill the Data Analytics skills shortage