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How to Derive Actionable Insights From Your Talent Recruitment Process Data

In Big Data by Steven WilliamsLeave a Comment

I recently published an article on LinkedIn discussing the need to move away from self-validated opinions when it comes to talent recruitment, talent acquisition, and talent attraction and the value that data can add to the talent recruitment process. In that article, I spoke about the role data plays in recruiting top talent and how to derive actionable insights from …

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6 Steps to Build a Data-Driven Sales Team

In Big Data by Daniel NewmanLeave a Comment

Did you know that the most successful sales teams are three times more likely to use analytics than under-performing teams? A statistic like that would convince me to use data immediately, but that isn’t always the case. It seems that data has taken a backseat to other less successful sales tactics and it’s time for that to change. But you …

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Managing Your Personal Data: Working Towards Protection Is A Team Effort

In Big Data by Daniel NewmanLeave a Comment

Earlier this year, the Cambridge Analytica data scandal resulted in 87 million Facebook profiles being harvested for data. Over and over, we see scandal after scandal of our personal data, that is collected by a major company, compromised. The company admits to the occurrence, the public reacts in outrage and the company promises transparency and increased security in exchange. And …

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Go Beyond Google Analytics and Use Data to Educate Your Clients

In Big Data by Drew McLellanLeave a Comment

Numbers and data are no longer a daunting task — they’ve now become an integral part of a company’s operations. The issue is most companies are only given the basic facts of their data without the what’s, how’s, and why’s that are driving the data analytics. Jaywing, a British data-based digital agency, found that brands across the board are failing …

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5 Fixes for Your Failing Data Initiatives

In Big Data by Daniel NewmanLeave a Comment

There are thousands of articles written about the importance of using data in business and finding success. I’ve written about it several times. Some businesses have been able to capitalize on big data and analytics and have been able to improve the decision-making process across the organization. But despite the few gleaming success stories, I’m still seeing failing data initiatives …