Interested in finding out what needs to be achieved in the first year of a data science team? Want to learn more about the ins and outs of Power BI dashboards? Don't miss this month's London Business Analytics meetup!
What needs to be achieved in the first year of a data science team, before the business gets bored?
Will and Rich, from Mango Solutions, regularly see many data science teams being set up without the tools and connections throughout the business. This leads to isolation and poor business outcomes, and in some cases teams being shut down. In this talk they will share their experiences of setting up data science teams and projects within organisations focusing on the keys for success in the first year.
Will Siddall has 15 years experience helping companies to find valuable actionable insights in data. He has led data science teams in consulting, start-up and corporate environments, giving him a unique perspective on what is needed to succeed and the scars from when things go badly wrong
Power BI dashboards enable the display of a consolidated view across the organization, regardless of where the data is stored. A dashboard consists of tiles, with each displaying a value or data visualization. At last count, there were 12 different ways to add a tile to a dashboard.
In this presentation, everything you need to know about Power BI dashboards will be covered. This includes describing and demonstrating each of techniques used to add tiles, and how to ensure that dashboard data remains current. In addition, techniques to share and integrate dashboards, and also deliver real-time dashboard tiles will be covered.
Peter Myers is from Melbourne, Australia and has worked with Microsoft database and development products since 1997. Today he specializes in all Microsoft Business Intelligence products and provides mentoring, technical training, and training course content authoring for SQL Server, Office and SharePoint. He has a broad business background supported by a Bachelor’s degree in applied economics and accounting, and he extends this with solid experience backed by current MCSE certifications. He has been a SQL Server MVP since 2007.