The Chief Data & Analytics Officer Research Team published the following last month:
Data & Analytics Strategy and Planning:
Capability-Drive Data Use Expectations (Bunge)
Do your business partners bog down your D&A team with endless requests for reports and dashboards? Find out here how Bunge standardized its business partners’ requests to ensure its data specialists received high value requests.
Data Analytics Capability Survey Tool (Bunge)
Click here to download the survey Bunge used to standardize business partners’ data requests.
Data & Analytics Talent:
Capability-Based Data and Analytics Talent Implementation Guide: Core Capabilities (Stats NZ)
What capabilities are necessary for a high performing D&A team? Stats NZ divides D&A talent into four core capabilities. Download their definitions and advancement scheme here.
Capability-Based Data and Analytics Talent Implementation Guide: Job Descriptions (Stats NZ)
Job ads are your first chance to attract new talent. Yet many D&A job ads are filled with jargon and long lists of technical requirements. Stats NZ writes jargon-free, accessible job ads for their D&A positions. Download examples here.
Capability-Based Data and Analytics Talent Implementation Guide: Development Planning (Stats NZ)
In a tight D&A talent market, it’s crucial to develop D&A talent internally. Stats NZ uses its for core capabilities to sequence internal D&A talent development. Download their guide to D&A talent development here.
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