Many organisations use and manage data in ways that are less than ideal, however what does a data enabled organisation look like? This question was recently asked by one of our clients who wanted to find ways to visualise what
How much data is enough data? This is a discussion often had within organisations where there are two broad groups: Gather only the data you know that you need – the minimalists Gather all the data you possibly can –
As a child, the arrival of the Easter holidays was always an exciting time for me. The Easter Egg hunts were particularly exciting. Before the hunt I usually had an idea of where the eggs could be hiding but was
As we approach the 12th day of Christmas and start to look to the year ahead, I wondered what a Chief Data Officer (CDO) might have put on their Christmas list?
‘Twas the night before Christmas, and down came the snow So much came down, that it was not low
Is it possible to obtain the same great result if you use poor quality ingredients? Being a keen cook, it struck me that data quality is the same as a recipe. If you use inferior quality ingredients, you won’t
Data has been a hot topic for organisations for some time. Now that volumes of data are increasing exponentially, the importance of good data to allow organisations to achieve their objectives is also increasing rapidly. So, how to turn data
Save the Planet: Recycle your rubbish Or Save your space: Recycle your data As we move from winter to the summer months’ people often think about cleaning their homes and gardens and this may include removing some of the clutter
Asset management systems that don’t store spatial data, in my view, can cause significant hindrance to your organisation. Whatever your assets, there are many spatial-based techniques to capture data about assets: Drones or planes capturing LIDAR data (a laser scanning
Typically, if we can improve the quality of data, then we will have better information to support decision making. Better decisions will lead to better outcomes/results and will in turn be likely to have better quality data arising from them.