If so, you should love the infographic below. It shows – in a funny way – how to act to maximise the success out of data and analytics knowledge. If you are serious with data, you should be able to find the holy grail of Analytics.
What’s the Verdict?
Waving goodbye and farewell to analytical data is a sad and economically wrong thing to do. In order to stay in the positive loop of data it needs to create a certain noise in your department, in your office-corridor, in your company and in your industry. Last but not least, and most important, in the knowledge of your CFO and CEO.
The willingness to improve your own knowledge and capabilities as well as to improve the actionable data is a key momentum in each day of an Analyst. Creating more Strategy and less Technique is the key to convincing Upper Management to act on your recommendations.
I will dive into the requirements of the “Analyst of the next decade” in my upcoming blog post, too. So, hope you took the questionnaire with a smile and also seriously enough to make sure you can find the holy grail.
How’d you stack up? Let us know where you go to in your Search for the Holy Grail of data in the comments below!