Tyler Durman

What the Chief Data Officer needs from a data catalog investment

The stakes keep getting higher for the Chief Data Officer (CDO), and the clock is ticking. While most still struggle to build a data-driven culture, it’s up to them to bring their data, analysis, and people together. A modern data catalog can help.

3 ways to find out what your data people aren’t telling you

This is Part 5 in a series about Collective Data Empowerment. If you want to get the whole series and accompanying tools in an ebook, go here. So, you’re a data executive. You’re on a mission to build a data-driven culture. You spend your days leading organizational...

Finding your way with Collective Data Empowerment

This is Part 4 in a series about Collective Data Empowerment. If you want to get the whole series and accompanying tools in an ebook, go here. Imagine... You are in a dark forest. Above, the dense canopy of branches and leaves hides the sun’s position. Your phone died...

What do The Matrix and data sharing have in common?

It’s the question that drives us. I know why you’re here, Neo. I know what you’ve been doing. I know why you hardly sleep, why you live alone, and why night after night, you sit at your computer. You’re looking for him. I know, because I was once looking for the same...

Why you should distribute “data narratives” along with your data

Welcome to another edition of our new series of micro-interviews, in which we ask a fascinating data person a single question about modern data teamwork. Here’s what we asked Ella Hilal, Ph. D, Director of Data at Shopify, and Adjunct Assistant Professor at the...

No, marketers don’t have to be data scientists, too.

I‘d love to say that cognitive dissonance is something I rarely experience as a marketer, but if this was one of the most-tweeted quotes at Marketo’s annual Marketing Nation Summit, my head is about to spin once again. (Suggested listening: You Spin Me Round (Like a...