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Data literacy at any organization takes buy-in from all levels of the company, from C-suite leaders all the way to customer-facing team members. But how do you get that buy-in, build a team around data literacy, and transform the way your company works with data? Today’s guest, Megan Brown, Director of Data Literacy and Knowledge Management at Starbucks, discusses what they have done to forge data culture and data literacy at Starbucks. Throughout the episode, we discuss How to increase data literacy in an organization How to secure executive sponsorship for data initiatives The importance of user experience research in building data literacy  Balancing short-term business needs with long-term strategic upskilling Humanizing machine learning and AI within the organization 
Diversity in both skillset and experience are at the core of high-impact data teams, but how can you take your data team’s impact to the next level with subject matter expertise, attention to user experience, and mentorship? Today’s guest, Dan Kellet, Chief Data Officer at Capital One UK, joins us to discuss how he scaled Capital One’s data team. Throughout the episode, we discuss: The hallmarks of a high-impact data team The importance of skills and background diversity when building great data teams The importance of UX skills when developing data products The specific challenges of leading data teams in financial services
As data volumes grow and become ever-more complex, the role of the data analyst has never been more important. At the disposal of the modern data analyst, are tools that reduce time to insight, and increase collaboration. However, as the tools of a data analyst evolve, so do the skills.  Today’s guest, Peter Fishman, Co-Founder at Mozart Data, speaks to this exact notion.  Join us as we discuss: Defining a data-driven organization & main challenges Breaking down the modern data stack & what it means What makes a great data analyst How data analysts can develop deep subject matter expertise in the areas they serve Find every episode of DataFramed on Apple, Spotify, and more. Find us on our website and join the conversation on LinkedIn. Listening on a desktop and can’t see the links? Just search for DataFramed in your favorite podcast player.
When you hear the term-digital first, you might think about tech, platforms and data.  But digital transformation succeeds when you put people first. Gathering and analyzing data, then using it to provide the customer value and an unparalleled experience, is vital for an organization’s success. Today’s guest, Bhavin Patel, Director o f Analytics and Innovation at J&J joins the show to share why people are the most important component to digital transformation. Join us as we discuss: Why you need to put people first The importance of customer value and experience Why digital transformation is an ongoing process, not an end-state  Find every episode of DataFramed on Apple, Spotify, and more. Find us on our website and join the conversation on LinkedIn. Listening on a desktop and can’t see the links? Just search for DataFramed in your favorite podcast player.
The data journey is a slow painstaking process. But knowing where to start and the areas to focus on can help any organization reach its goals faster. Today’s guest, Vijay Yadav, Director of Quantitative Sciences & Head of Data Science at the Center for Mathematical Sciences at Merck, explains the 6 key elements of data strategy, complete with advice on how to navigate each. Join us as we discuss: The different components of a data strategy Shifting mindset within the C-Suite Structuring the operating model Enabling people to work with data at scale Most effective tactics to kickstart a community around data science Find every episode of DataFramed on Apple, Spotify, and more. Find us on our website and join the conversation on LinkedIn. Listening on a desktop and can’t see the links? Just search for DataFramed in your favorite podcast player.
It’s no secret that data science jobs are on the rise; but data skills across the board are rising — leading to what today’s guest calls “hybrid jobs.” This will require a paradigm shift in how we think about jobs and skills.   Today’s guest, Matt Sigelman, President of The Burning Glass Institute & Chairman of Emsi Burning Glass, talks about the difficulties of connecting companies with top talent, the hybridization of many positions, and how to position yourself in the ever-changing market.  Join us as we discuss: The methodology of using data science on the labor market The demand for data skills & how they’re evolving Blending skills to get ahead in the job market & the rise of subskills How educational institutions can prepare students for hybridization  Advice to the audience on how to structure their approach to skill acquisition  Find every episode of DataFramed on Apple, Spotify, and more. Find us on our website and join the conversation on LinkedIn. Listening on a desktop and can’t see the links? Just search for DataFramed in your favorite podcast player.
Throughout the middle east, efforts are underway to build smart cities from the ground up. But to create a modern, intelligently-designed city, you first need to lay a solid foundation. And the strongest foundation you can build a smart city upon is data. In today’s episode, we speak with Kaveh Vessali, Digital, Data & AI Leader, PwC Middle East, about the intersection between data and public policy and the many exciting insights he’s gained from his role delivering smart cities and data transformation projects within the public sector in the middle east.  Join us as we discuss: The important role data plays in shaping public policy  What goes into designing a smart city The change management skills vital for successful digital transformation  Data ethics and the importance of transparency   Find every episode of DataFramed on Apple, Spotify, and more. Find us on our website and join the conversation on LinkedIn.  Listening on a desktop and can’t see the links? Just search for DataFramed in your favorite podcast player. 
When most people hear digital transformation, it’s almost always the technology that first springs to mind. That’s a mistake. You can have the most sophisticated tech stack in the world, but if you don't build your organization’s data culture, your digital transformation efforts will be for naught. Today’s guest, Mai AlOwaish, Chief Data Officer at Gulf Bank, knows this better than anyone. As the first female CDO in Kuwait, she’s on a mission to ensure everyone at Gulf Bank becomes an expert in the data they use every day. Join us as we discuss: Why data and people are more important than technology for digital transformationThe pioneering Data Ambassador program Mai spearheaded at Gulf BankThe importance of diversity in data science and technology overall Find every episode of DataFramed on Apple, Spotify, and more. Find us on our website and join the conversation on LinkedIn. Listening on a desktop and can’t see the links? Just search for DataFramed in your favorite podcast player. 
As we enter the new year—it seems like we’re telescoping into the future of work. Companies embracing remote work, the great resignation putting pressure on teams to create more fulfilling roles—signals an expanding opportunity for applicants to find their dream roles in data science, but also for hiring managers to create awesome candidate experiences.  Today’s guests, Nick Singh, and Kevin Huo, authors of Ace The Data Science Interview, discuss how aspiring data scientists and data scientists can stand out from their crowd—and what hiring managers need to change to win over talent today.  Join us as we discuss: How to wow recruiters and hiring managers with your resumeThe type of skills aspiring data scientists need to show on the job huntThe value of direct email over job listingsWhat recruiters and hiring managers need to change in an evolving job market Relevant links from the interview: Ace the Data Science InterviewFollow Nick Singh on LinkedInFollow Kevin Huo on LinkedInNoah Gift’s Appearance on DataFramedSign up to gain early access to gain DataCamp Talent—DataCamp’s portal for data science jobs
In this episode of DataFramed, we speak with Vishnu V Ram, VP of Data Science and Engineering at Credit Karma about how data science is being leveraged to increase financial inclusion. Throughout the episode, Vishnu discusses his background, Credit Karma’s mission, how data science is being used at Credit Karma to lower the barrier to entry for financial products, how he managed a data team through rapid growth, transitioning to Google Cloud, exciting trends in data science, and more.  Relevant links from the interview: You can now learn data science with your team for free—try out DataCamp Professional with our 14-day free trial. Data roles at Credit KarmaCredit Karma’s mission
In this episode of DataFramed, we speak with Andy Cotgreave, Technical Evangelist at Tableau about the role of data storytelling when driving change with analytics, and the importance of the analyst role within a data-driven organization. Throughout the episode, Andy discusses his background, the skills every analyst should know to equip organizations with better data-driven decision making, his best practices for data storytelling, how he thinks about data literacy and ways to spread it within the organization, the importance of community when creating a data-driven organization, and more. Relevant links from the interview: We’d love your feedback! Let us know which topics you’d like us to cover and what you think of DataFramed by answering this 30-second surveyCheck out our upcoming webinar with AndyCheck out Andy's bookBecome a Tableau expert
In this episode of DataFramed, we speak with Brian Campbell, Engineering Manager at Lucid Software about managing data science projects effectively and harnessing the power of collaboration. Throughout the episode, Brian discusses his background, how data leaders can become better collaborators, data science project management best practices, the type of collaborators data teams should seek out, the latest innovations in the data engineering tooling space, and more. Relevant links from the interview: We’d love your feedback! Let us know which topics you’d like us to cover and what you think of DataFramed by answering this 30-second surveyLucid’s Tech Blog
In this episode of DataFramed, we speak with Shameek Kundu, former group CDO at Standard Chartered Bank, and Chief Strategy Officer & Head of Financial Services at TruEra Inc about Scaling AI Adoption throughout financial services. Throughout the episode, Shameek discusses his background, the state of data transformation in financial services, the depth vs breadth of machine learning operationalization in financial services today, the challenges standing in the way of scalable AI adoption in the industry, the importance of data literacy, the trust and responsibility challenge of AI, the future of data science in financial services, and more. Relevant links from the interview: We’d love your feedback! Let us know which topics you’d like us to cover and what you think of DataFramed by answering this 30-second surveyCheck out TruEra in actionBank of England Report: The impact of Covid on machine learning and data science in UK BankingMIT Tech Review — Hundreds of AI tools have been built to catch covid. None of them helped
In this episode of DataFramed, we speak with Syafri Bahar, VP of Data Science at Gojek about building high-performing data teams, and how data science is central to Gojek’s success.  Throughout the episode, Syafri discusses his background, the hallmarks of a high-performance data team, how he measures the ROI on data activities, the skills needed in every successful data team, what is the best organizational model for data mature organizations, how Covid-19 affected Gojek’s data teams, his thoughts on data literacy and governance, future trends in data science and AI, and why data scientists should sharpen their maths and machine learning skills in an age of increasing automation.  Relevant links from the interview: We’d love your feedback! Let us know which topics you’d like us to cover and what you think of DataFramed by answering this 30-second surveyGojek’s Data Blog
In this episode of DataFramed, we speak with Noah Gift, founder of Pragmatic AI Labs and prolific author about operationalizing machine learning in organizations and his new book Practical MLOPs.  Throughout the episode, Noah discusses his background, his philosophy around pragmatic AI, the differences between data science in academia and the real world, how data scientists can become more action-oriented by creating solutions that solve real-world problems, the importance of dev-ops, his most recent book on the practical guide to MLOps, how data science can be compared to Brazilian jiu-jitsu, what data scientists should learn to scale the amount of value they deliver, his thoughts on auto-ml and automation, and more.  Relevant links from the interview: We’d love your feedback! Let us know which topics you’d like us to cover and what you think of DataFramed by answering this 30-second surveyUnsettled: What Climate Science Tells Us, What It Doesn't, and Why It MattersCheck out Noah's booksCheck out Noah's course on DataCampConnect with Noah on LinkedInGain access to DataCamp's full course library at a discount!
In this episode of DataFramed, we speak with Rick Scavetta and Boyan Angelov about their new book, Python and R for the Modern Data Scientist: The Best of Both Worlds, and how it dawns the start of a new bilingual data science community.   Throughout the episode, Rick and Boyan discuss the history of Python and R, what led them to write the book, how Python and R can be interoperable, the advantages of each language and where to use it, how beginner data scientists should think about learning programming languages, how experienced data scientists can take it to the next level by learning a language they’re not necessarily comfortable with, and more.  Relevant links from the interview: We’d love your feedback! Let us know which topics you’d like us to cover and what you think of DataFramed by answering this 30-second surveyCheck out Rick and Boyan’s bookCheck out Rick’s courses on DataCampCheck out Boyan's other booksConnect with Rick on LinkedInConnect with Boyan on LinkedIn
In this episode of DataFramed, we speak with Brent Dykes, Senior Director of Insights & Data Storytelling at Blast Analytics and author of Effective Data Storytelling: How to Turn Insights into Action on how data storytelling is shaping the analytics space.  Throughout the episode, Brent talks about his background, what made him write a book on effective data storytelling, how data storytelling is often misinterpreted and misused, the psychology of storytelling and how humans are shaped to resonate with it, the role of empathy when creating data stories, the blueprint of a successful data story, what data scientists can do to become better data storytellers, the future of augmented analytics and data storytelling, and more.  Relevant links from the interview: Connect with Brent on LinkedInRegister for Brent's Webinar on DataCampCheck out Brent's Book
In this episode of DataFramed, Adel speaks with Maria Luciana Axente, Responsible AI and AI for Good Lead at PwC UK on the state and future of responsible AI.Throughout the episode, Maria talks about her background, the differences & intersections between "AI ethics" and "Responsible AI", the state of responsible AI adoption within organizations, the link between responsible AI and organizational culture, what data scientists can do today to ensure they're part of their organization's responsible AI journey, and more. Relevant links from the interview: Connect with Maria on LinkedInKate Crawford's Atlas of AI9 Ethical AI Principles for Organizations to FollowPwC's Responsible AI ToolkitRead our Data Literacy for Responsible AI White Paper
In this episode of DataFramed, Adel speaks with Alessya Visnjic, CEO and co-founder of WhyLabs,  an AI Observability company on a mission to build the interface between AI and human operators. Throughout the episode, Alessya talks about the unique challenges data teams face when operationalizing machine learning that spurred the need for MLOps, how MLOps intersects and diverges with different terms such as DataOps, ModelOps, and AIOps, how and when organizations should get started on their MLOps journey, the most important components of a successful MLOps practice, and more.  Relevant links from the interview: Connect with Alessya on LinkedInAndrew Ng on the important of being data-centricJoe Reis on the data culture and all things datawhylogs: the standard for data logging — please send you feedback, contribute, help us build integrations into your favorite data tools and extend the concept of logging to new data types. Join the effort of building a new open standard for data logging!Try the WhyLabs platform
In this episode of DataFramed, Adel speaks with Sudaman Thoppan Mohanchandralal, Regional Chief Data, and Analytics Officer at Allianz Benelux, on the importance of building data cultures and his experiences operationalizing data culture transformation programs.Throughout the episode, Sudaman talks about his background, the Chief Data Officer’s mandate and how it has evolved over the years, how organizations should prioritize building data cultures, the science behind culture change, the importance of executive data literacy when scaling value from data, and more. Relevant links from the interview: Connect with Sudaman on LinkedInCheck out Sudaman’s Webinar on DataCampWhy Data Culture Matters
Comments (9)

Jorge Arbelaez

interesting interview

May 23rd
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Anh D Tran

excuse me im just taking note here: some process with the truck guy tips how to do data science in big org with google guy from superdatascience eda explaratory analysys from tukey

May 22nd
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Moncsi

Hi there, is it possible to get links to the data philanthropy organisations? I'm super curious. Thank you!

Mar 25th
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Jokus Jodokus

The short section about the connection between data scientists and project managers resonated with me

Feb 26th
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gg

400 million people do not have diabetic retinopathy, incorrect statistic.

Jan 23rd
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Paolo Eusebi

Amazing episode! How many listeners worked with Stan in R? What are their impressions over other bayesian software?

Oct 9th
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Rafael Anjos

The contents are very good. Thank you for your good job

Sep 18th
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Anthony Giancursio

Ol

Jul 19th
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Alessandro Surace

Hi Hugo thanks for this podcast. Would be great to have the relevant urls, as the shownotes and others, in the podcast description.

Jun 20th
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