If you have a data analytics team or you are in the process of forming one, the analytics translator is a role to consider hiring for. This individual plays a critical role on that team and at your organization. She or he serves as the link between the analytics team and the executive team because this individual takes the information from the data team and translates it on a broader scope, so stakeholders can see how analytics impacts the organization.
During development or enhancements to a Power BI solution, you may encounter this message: "An error occurred while processing the data in the dataset. The 'handouts_path' column does not exist in the rowset." You probably received this message via email if you published the dataset.
A critical part of onboarding involves introducing the culture and setting expectations. If your association strives for an analytical culture that makes data-guided decisions, you should think about how to include data literacy in your onboarding or orientation process.
The Associations Tableau User Group met in Chicago on October 13, 2016. Formed in August 2016, the Associations Tableau User Group (AssocTUG) serves as a platform for association professionals using Tableau to network and learn. The group meets quarterly in Washington, DC and periodically in Chicago. If you missed the Chicago meeting, here's a recap of some key takeaways.
If you’ve ever participated in a data analytics implementation, you may be familiar with the indescribable excitement around the project. Who wouldn’t be eager for a solution that makes it easier and more efficient to understand and serve your customers?
I recently went onsite to a client’s headquarters to facilitate a Strategy & Discovery session - the first step in a data analytics journey. With this client and many others, I've noticed some common issues with their current state that prompted them to invest in data analytics. Here are three symptoms of an association that could benefit from data analytics. Anything sound familiar?
Just in time for the holidays, unwrap the latest Tableau version available, 9.2, and install it for your association. Staying current with Tableau Server is always a good idea:
I recently had the opportunity to attend a fascinating international conference on building donor trust, jointly presented by the BBB Wise Giving Alliance and the International Committee of Fundraising Organizations (ICFO).
According to Harvard Business Review the failure rate of major change initiatives in organizations is 70%.