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Organisations that manage data well attract top talent, disrupt markets, and remain competitive. What does it take? Join information engineer, scientist, and educator Loris Marini as he learns from the best minds in the field. Welcome to data through a human lens!

Organisations that manage data well attract top talent, disrupt markets, and remain competitive. What does it take? Join information engineer, scientist, and educator Loris Marini as he learns from the best minds in the field. Welcome to data through a human lens!

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Australia

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Organisations that manage data well attract top talent, disrupt markets, and remain competitive. What does it take? Join information engineer, scientist, and educator Loris Marini as he learns from the best minds in the field. Welcome to data through a human lens!

Language:

English


Episodes

The ROI of data observability with Salma Bakouk

9/14/2022
What’s the business impact of data observability? Today we continue the conversation with Salma Bakouk, CEO and co-founder of Sifflet. Episode page https://www.discoveringdata.com/podcast/episode-043 (https://www.discoveringdata.com/podcast/episode-043) For Brands Do you want to showcase your thought leadership with great content and build trust with a global audience of data leaders? We publish conversations with industry leaders to help practitioners create more business outcomes. Explore...

Duration:00:33:03

Salma Bakouk: Avoiding Data Catastrophes

9/7/2022
If data means money, we want to detect data issues before they turn into costly mistakes. We need to go from firefighting to fire prevention and be able to resolve issues quickly when they occur. Today we dive into data observability with Salma Bakouk, CEO and co-founder of Sifflet. Episode page https://www.discoveringdata.com/podcast/episode-042 (https://www.discoveringdata.com/podcast/episode-042) For Brands Do you want to showcase your thought leadership with great content and build trust...

Duration:00:41:56

Jessica Talisman: PT. 2 -Taxonomies, ontologies, and a true data mesh

9/1/2022
This is part two of turning data into knowledge at scale, and about the arduous job of cleaning, defining, collapsing and expanding information and knowledge in the enterprise. My guest today is Jessica Talisman senior Taxonomist at Pluralsight. Episode page https://www.discoveringdata.com/podcast/taxonomies-ontologies-and-a-true-data-mesh-2 For Brands Do you want to showcase your thought leadership with great content and build trust with a global audience of data leaders? We publish...

Duration:00:49:51

Jessica Talisman: PT. 1 - Taxonomies, ontologies, and a true data mesh

8/25/2022
Today we talk about turning data into knowledge at scale, and about the arduous job of cleaning, defining, collapsing and expanding information and knowledge in the enterprise. My guest today is Jessica Talisman senior Taxonomist at Pluralsight. Episode links and resources https://www.discoveringdata.com/podcast/taxonomies-ontologies-and-a-true-data-mesh-1 For Brands Do you want to showcase your thought leadership with great content and build trust with a global audience of data leaders? We...

Duration:00:40:45

Bill Schmarzo: Speak the language of the business

8/10/2022
If data and analytics are going to be taken seriously by business executives, we need to talk about value in their language. Today I speak with the Dean of Big Data Bill Schmarzo about the skills, mindsets and mental models we need as data practitioners to find a revenue connection in everything we do. Follow Bill Schmarzo on https://www.notion.so/Bill-Schmarzo-COPY-e7e2e67907974582b796208b523a7cfa (LinkedIn). Full episode page:...

Duration:00:32:51

Ole Olesen-Bagneux: The Enterprise Data Catalog

7/20/2022
The promise of a data catalog is to help everyone search and find every document and datapoint in the organization. Easier said than done. This episode is for everyone that wants to map all their organization’s critical data assets, understand how they relate to one another, and enable teams to find them quickly. Review the show: https://www.discoveringdata.com/review Apply to guest: https://www.discoveringdata.com/guest Partner with us: https://www.discoveringdata.com/brands Connect with...

Duration:00:55:56

Kay Firth-Butterfield: Trailblazer 02 with Head of AI and ML World Economic Forum

6/28/2022
Trailblazer is a series of short interviews designed to inspire you to lead the data conversation. This is a partnership between Discovering Data and Women in AI. Today we learn from Kay Firth-Butterfield, Head of Artificial Intelligence and a member of the Executive Committee at the World Economic Forum. Follow Kay on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/kay-firth-butterfield/ Read/listen: http://discoveringdata.com/

Duration:00:13:05

Andrew Sunter: Leadership lessons from aikido

6/22/2022
In stressful conflicts, our instinct is to react and push back. “Going with” and not “against” a threat is the essence of the Japanese martial art known as Aikido. Can Aikido help us become more effective leaders? Join me as I learn from Aikido black-belt, Andrew Sunter. Follow Andrew on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/andrew-sunter-85619110/ (https://www.linkedin.com/in/andrew-sunter-85619110/) Sign-up for Andrew’s Aikido classes: http://aikidoinsydney.com/...

Duration:01:34:03

Dora Boussias: The architecture of Information

6/8/2022
Mapping and engineering the information flow is the job of enterprise information architects or EIAs. But what is exactly information architecture? What does a day in the shoes of an information architect look like? What can we do to help them do their job better? Join me as a learn from Dora Boussias, Senior Director, Data Strategy & Architecture at Stryker. Follow Dora on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/doraboussias/ (https://www.linkedin.com/in/doraboussias/) Read/listen:...

Duration:00:57:32

Stephanie Barnes: Creative learning and knowledge management

5/25/2022
If you are rolling your eyes when you hear “knowledge management”, it’s because we have been doing it wrong. If we want to win in complex, uncertain, and volatile environments we need both sides of our brain, the artistic and the analytical side. Today I learn about radical knowledge management from its creator Stephanie Barnes. Follow Stephanie on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/stephanieabarnes/ (https://www.linkedin.com/in/stephanieabarnes/) Read/listen: http://discoveringdata.com/...

Duration:00:45:51

Stéphane Hamel: The future of digital marketing

5/11/2022
In digital marketing we get so fixated with conversion rates and exponential growth curves that we often don’t have time to worry about data privacy and data ethics. What are the long term business impacts of unethical use of personal data? Join me as I learn about the future of digital marketing from my guest Stéphane Hamel. Follow Stéphane on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/shamel/ (https://www.linkedin.com/in/shamel/) Read/listen: https://www.discoveringdata.com/...

Duration:00:57:04

Lillian Pierson: Trailblazer 01 with Debbie Botha from WAI

4/27/2022
Trailblazer is a series of short interviews designed to inspire more women to lead the data conversation. Today we learn from Lillian Pierson, CEO and Head of Product at Data-Mania. You can follow Lillian on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/lillianpierson/ (https://www.linkedin.com/in/lillianpierson/) — Useful links: Lillian’s newsletter: https://www.data-mania.com/newsletter (https://www.data-mania.com/newsletter) Women in AI: https://www.womeninai.co/ (https://www.womeninai.co/) Full...

Duration:00:14:43

A conversation with Brent Dykes

4/13/2022
When was the last time you had an important fact to share but nobody seemed to care? This is for you if you want to learn how to communicate insights effectively and make things happen. My guest today is Brent Dykes, a master data storyteller. You can follow Brent on https://www.linkedin.com/in/brentdykes/ (LinkedIn) or checkout his book https://www.effectivedatastorytelling.com/ (here). -- We have a new home at http://discoveringdata.com/ (discoveringdata.com) where you will find a forum to...

Duration:01:09:18

Debbie Botha: Diversity and inclusion in data

3/30/2022
Bias kills creativity and can lead us to the wrong solutions. One way to detect and correct for bias effectively is with a culture of diversity and inclusion. How does this help us build safe and innovative solutions? Join me as I learn from Debbie Botha, Chief Partnership Officer at Women in AI. You can follow Debbie on https://www.linkedin.com/in/debbiebotha/ (LinkedIn). Read/listen: http://discoveringdata.com (discoveringdata.com)

Duration:00:47:39

Brian T. O’Neill: Design thinking for data products

3/16/2022
Every data leader wants to be a strategic partner to the business. What does it take to do this effectively? Today we dive into design thinking with my guest Brian T. O’Neill founder and principal at designingforanalytics.com, and host of the Experiencing Data podcast. You can follow Brian on https://www.linkedin.com/in/brian-oneill-product-designer/ (LinkedIn) and https://twitter.com/rhythmspice (Twitter). 📣 Twice a year Brian runs a LIVE instructor-led seminar titled “Designing...

Duration:01:00:11

James Edwards: Data and people in a $1B ecommerce business (CDO at Pet Circle)

3/2/2022
Today we learn about the role that trusted data played to scale an eCommerce business to $1B and beyond with James Edwards, CDO and founder of Pet Circle. We talk about the business impact of fragmented data and strategies to bring everyone on the same page. You can follow James on https://www.linkedin.com/in/jamesroyedwards/ (LinkedIn). Read/listen: discoveringdata.com 📣 1 WEEK LEFT: Data lineage crash course with Irina Steenbeek Without a system to map your data models, any change could...

Duration:01:02:51

Matt David: The informed company

2/16/2022
As tools get better in the modern data stack, business impact is increasingly dependent on effective communication, collaboration and governance. What does it take to do this well? Join me with Matt David, Product Marketing Manager (Data) at Atlassian and co-author of the book “The Informed Company”. Read/listen: http://discoveringdata.com (discoveringdata.com) Community Coffee Meeting #2 RSVP https://circle.discoveringdata.com/c/coffee-meetings/coffee-meetings-y4qvj (here). 📣 Enrolment now...

Duration:01:02:51

Ren Valera: 1 community and 3000 suns

2/7/2022
Discovering data only makes sense if it stimulates a conversation, and it's hard to have a conversation when you broadcasting. So how do we make that transition from something that happens in a virtual room to something that it's more interactive? What does Discovering Data mean to you? Read/listen: http://discoveringdata.com/ (discoveringdata.com) Find your tribe, unwind, and get ready for the weekendWe are kicking this off with an informal ZOOM chat to get to know each other, and discover...

Duration:00:30:40

Irina Steenbeek: Data lineage from a business perspective

1/31/2022
Lineage is a critical capability, it's complex and expensive so it's really important to know what can go wrong and how to avoid pitfalls to deliver maximum value to the business. Today I am joined by Irina Steenbeek an absolute expert on this topic. Irina has a lot of experience managing ERP implementations, she is the founder of Data Crossroads and her background spans civil engineering, management, consultancy, and finance. Irina authored more than 60 blog posts in data management and...

Duration:01:02:39

Jan Ulrych: Why data lineage

1/20/2022
Data lineage is about gaining confidence in the data to save time, money, and even lives. How do you sell it to the business? Learn with me as I speak to Jan Ulrych, VP of Research & Education at MANTA. Get the full experience at https://www.discoveringdata.com (discoveringdata.com).

Duration:00:56:16