In this week’s episode of Analytics Neat we cover Spain’s usage of location data and an article about the culture of Google on the Undercard. For the Main Event, we discuss the blocking of device fingerprinting and my favorite themes for this year’s CES. All this and more in this week’s episode of Analytics Neat. Thanks for listening this week!
In this week’s episode of Analytics Neat we have the return of our segment “A Little Too Personal,” an update on the FBI investigation into Digital Fraud, and a look at what I consider to be a major limiter to analytics success for organizations. All of this and more in this week’s episode of Analytics Neat. Thanks for listening!
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In this week’s episode of Analytics Neat we cover the IPG acquisition of Acxiom and how to build better collaboration and teamwork within an organization to create better customer experiences. What does Acxiom bring to the table for IPG? What are 4 inhibitors to teamwork? What are 3 things you can do today to improve communication across the business? All of this and more in this week’s episode of Analytics Neat. Thanks for listening!
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One of my favorite quotes came from Steve Jobs: “It doesn’t make sense to hire smart people and tell them what to do; we hire smart people so they can tell us what to do.”
That mantra is extremely important as a driver to building a high-performance team and culture. Whether you are a 5-person company or a 5,000-person company, you need to really give some thought to why you are hiring the people you choose to hire. You also need to consider how you create opportunities for idea sharing and innovation in a practical way that includes all levels of the corporate ladder.
I had the pleasure of attending Domo’s annual conference, Domopalooza, out in Salt Lake City this week. It was a great show, and Domo is doing amazing things with their product in the coming year which I’ll delve into more on the Analytics Neat podcast on Monday, March 19. From a content perspective, a Keynote with Omar Johnson, the former CMO of Beats by Dre and current Founder of Opus, really stood out to me.
During his discussion, Omar said: “When you have a diverse team you get different points of view. When you get different points of view you make better decisions.” Whether you are a 5-person company or a 500-person company, this is some of the best advice you can ever adhere to.
One of the most common complaints as a leader tends to be: I can’t fix what I can’t see. In a fast-paced environment, or if your organization is growing leaps and bounds, you might find yourself heavily removed from the minutiae on a day to day basis.
Things that you might have typically been involved in are now being managed by leadership that you trust; leaders that you are creating a clearing for so that they may grow in their roles and build their teams. However, the feedback loop isn’t always what you’d like it to be, or perhaps is simply being overlooked as people are running around in their daily jobs.