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Data at Work - Skills, Part 1: Siloed Pockets of Data Expertise. Unearthing Them, Unpacking Them, and Unleashing Their Potential

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In part 1 of our Podcast focusing on Data Skills, our panel of experts ask the question: How the isolated packets of data and data know-how buried across the typical organization - the dreaded data siloes - can be formalized, structured, and transformed to drive wider data strategies and value. And why people, culture, ecosystem, and 'Data Cheerleaders' are crucial to the process. Once you have listened to this podcast, please listen to the extended discussion in part 2.

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Graeme McDermott

Chief Data Officer, Addison Lee

Caroline Carruthers

Chief Exec, Carruthers & Jackson

Mark Stubbs

Practice Principal for Analytics and IoT, Hitachi Vantara

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