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Data Strategy & Enablement
Strata NYC 2017 is just around the corner and Tanya Cashorali of TCB Analytics will be speaking in a session entitled “How to hire and test for data skills: A one-size-fits-all interview kit”. Based heavily on this blog post about How to Hire and Test for Data Skills, she will share her personal anecdotes and...
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You’ve seen the white paper or the market research report that demands you get more from your data. Don’t let your data sit there, get after it. Turn it into gold. That’s probably the title of the white paper: “Get more from your data.” While data is valuable, these white papers rarely provide guidance or...
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If your organization uses Salesforce.com to track all of your sales leads, contacts, and opportunities, then you’re probably familiar with its forecasting capabilities. As opportunities move through the sales cycle, the probability to close tends to increase. Here’s a chart showing typical winning probabilities for each stage. For example, every lead that comes into the...
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Most people will agree that interviewing is one of the most difficult and least enjoyable professional activities in which we engage. Given the recent demand for data analytics and data scientist skills, it has become an increasingly daunting task for managers to adequately test and qualify candidates. Our team at TCB Analytics has interviewed hundreds...
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In the startup world, “unicorn” is a term used to describe a startup that grows quickly to achieve a one billion dollar or greater valuation. In data science, the term means something else. You’ll often hear hiring managers bemoan the fact that they cannot find a data specialist who can do everything: mine data, write...
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It’s the first week back to work after the holidays. People are announcing personal goals for the year and New Year’s resolutions. It’s also a good time to apply that same reflective approach towards the health of your company or organization. Most large companies have a few good data people. They’re usually the ones that...
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