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Video: Data Conversations Over Coffee with Scott Taylor

Written by Craig Steward

Video: Data Conversations Over Coffee with Scott Taylor

Written by Craig Steward on Jun 5, 2020 9:05:05 AM

Data and Analytics

In episode 14 we talk to Scott Taylor about how he helps companies find their data management story. 


Scott is the self-styled Data Whisperer and he works with companies to help them find their data management story and tell it to business leadership. His prime advice is to speak in a language that business understands - avoid getting too technical.

One of the key areas we discuss is the identification and proper cataloguing of data sources across the organisation. And part of this is breaking down silos to get comprehensive view of data. 


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