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New July Publications

by Jitendra Subramanyam  |  July 1, 2020  |  Submit a Comment

We are excited to share 5 new publications this month!

We published two landmark case studies: one from Axon that describes how to set up an external data ethics review board and one from the City of Turku on how to monetize data using graph analytics. We also have a collection of perspectives and best practices from several advanced D&A leaders. Finally, we published a guide to building up data science talent under resource constraints and a framework D&A leaders can use to respond to increased demand for analytics in a crisis.

Want even more great content? You can find a complete list of our publications here.

Publication Summaries

Business Value of D&A

Data and Analytics Quality and Ethics 

Data & Analytics Strategy and Planning

Data & Analytics Talent

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Jitendra Subramanyam
VP, Team Manager I
2 years at Gartner
16 years IT Industry

Jitendra Subramanyam leads a research team that is focused on how Chief Data Officers manage the Data and Analytics function in their organizations. Jitendra teaches a course on machine learning at Harvard Extension School. The course is a practical introduction meant to help business executives understand key concepts and techniques in data science and immediately apply them to business problems.Read Full Bio




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