As Seen in Forbes

I've been prodded by mentors and colleagues to get a number of different topics I've been working on out of the pure tech discussion forums and into more mainstream publications. I think getting an interview published in Forbes is a pretty good step in that direction! Read the full interview here!

Gamification :: Cracking the Code on Data Collection in Conferences

Everyone who knows me knows I'm ridiculously excited about attending this year's Disney Data and Analytics Conference #ddac2019 and even though it has only just kicked off, I'm already learning SO much. Pretty sure my brain will explode at the end of Day 1. But one of the things I have been most impressed with …

Descriptive, Predictive, Prescriptive :: Breaking Down Data Analytics

As I make the rounds speaking to the leadership in my organization, many have concerns about the state of our analytic capability. I have heard many times that "we don't have predictive capability." When I've dug into this comment, I find that 1) it isn't true, and 2) predictive capability isn't what the speaker was …

Conferencing :: Why You Should Get Out There and Present

Back when I was an assistant professor of systems engineering, attending and presenting in conferences wasn't just an assumption, it was an expectation. You were going to go present. You were going to publish. It was just a part of your professional growth. Now that I'm far more practitioner than academic, my supervisors tend to …