Webinar: Founders and Entrepreneurs Guide to setting up a Data Analytics Foundation

How can founders and entrepreneurs work on producing a data foundation as they scale up? Business metrics guide founders and decision-makers to make the right call to push their ventures towards their goals. In the initial launch of a startup, the focus tends to be on revenue and profits. However, if a startup wants to scale up, it is important to broaden what metrics and key performance indicators (KPIs) are monitored at each stage so that they can grow the business by using data instead of just intuition.

Levelling the Playing Field No Code webinar today!

Jennifer Stirrup Webinar

Join me today! I’m thrilled to be joining No Code Labs for a webinar on how No Code can improve career prospects, particularly in the area of Diversity and Inclusion. This topic is close to my heart and I’ve previously blogged about it here. It is great to be working with strong female leadership in … Continue reading Levelling the Playing Field No Code webinar today!

Moving from Business Intelligence to Analytics with Power BI?

I conducted a workshop in Florida in 2019. Although some of the technology will be out of date, the principles will still be useful for concepts such as sales and marketing analytics, and Python, for example. The conference was aimed at helping people to move from Business Intelligence to Analytics. I thought I'd post the … Continue reading Moving from Business Intelligence to Analytics with Power BI?

Stillness is the Key Book Review

Stillness

Stillness Is the Key by Ryan Holiday My rating: 5 of 5 stars I chose this book because I’m becoming increasingly interested in meditation, and I thought that this might help me to understand more about the general domain. We have to make space in our lives for stillness. Leaders make time for it. Jesus … Continue reading Stillness is the Key Book Review

Isn’t it time community speakers were all treated reasonably and equally by organizers?

Automation in the Law

TL; DR Yes Let me tell you about the second-worst conference experience I’ve ever had as a speaker. The worst experience happened a few years ago and it is at the foot of the post so you will have to read down – note, it does have a trigger warning. Speakers from diverse backgrounds want … Continue reading Isn’t it time community speakers were all treated reasonably and equally by organizers?