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New May Publications

by Jitendra Subramanyam  |  May 5, 2020  |  Submit a Comment

The Chief Data & Analytics Officer Research Team published the following last month:

Business Value of D&A:

Tool: D&A Use Cases to Improve Operational and Financial Performance

As your organization transitions from immediate COVID-19 response to adjusting to new economic realities, use this tool to find real-world D&A use cases that improve operational and financial performance. 

Data & Analytics Strategy and Planning:

Data Pitfalls, Part 1: That Wasn’t Supposed to Happen!

Every organization wants to be “data driven.” But few recognize that there are better and worse ways to make decisions with data. Find three pitfalls to avoid in your data-driven decision making here.

Data & Analytics Talent:

Tool: Data Ethics Interview Guide

If you’re committed to ethical data science, you need D&A professionals who can think critically about the ethical issues in their work. Click here to find questions your hiring managers can ask to determine if job candidates have this crucial capability.

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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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