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Data at Work - Skills, Part 2: Siloed Pockets of Data Expertise. Unearthing Them, Unpacking Them, and Unleashing Their Potential

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In part 2 of our Podcast focusing on Data Skills, our panel of experts discuss how data ops processes are vital to accelerating the provision of data for use by different teams - e.g. Finance or HR, vs traditional environments. Why it's vital to separate the confluence of data and technology. Also covered is how, as well as diversifying in terms of skills, data teams are becoming increasingly diverse in terms of personality and expertise, and why that is important to problem solving. Please note - we recommend that you listen to part 1, before listening to this episode.

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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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