Posts Tagged ‘Planning’

From the Box Room to Baggot Street

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Datalytics is three years old this month and its true, time does fly when you are having fun! I can’t believe I’m three years working away on this one already. At times it still feels new. I never really had a desire to be self-employed and entrepreneurship didn’t quite describe what was going on either. […]

Companies doing great stuff with data

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There were 5 very different presentations from the DMX in Dublin on March 12th that were each underpinned by an exciting data story.                 1. Data underpinning a strategy rebrand  Kenny Jacobs of Ryanair is tasked with making the Ryanair brand more likeable.  Tough job but I was […]

Spring Cleaning Your Data

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Despite this crazy weather we’ve been having, I decided I could not put off the spring clean any longer.  I made the most of the sunshine on Saturday morning and retreated indoors later in the day.   First I set about tidying the garden, weeded the flower beds, rescued the blooming tulips from some strangling […]

Data Geeks are Made not Born

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  As a coach of youth football, on seeing a young player produce an amazing piece of skill I often come out with the phrase “he’s a natural”. But what is a “natural”? In author Malcolm Gladwell’s book Outliers, he told us of the theory of 10,000 hours. The theory of 10,000 hours works on […]

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