Podcast Highlights: Why Data Can Make You a Better Colleague

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I love podcasts and I listen to them all the time. I think the podcast is one of the best methods to learn new things and also constitutes a handy tool for cultivating curiosity and passion. I routinely listen to tech podcasts when I’m in the car while suffering through LA traffic, and also when I’m at the gym with a different kind of suffering. Podcasts enable me to get my daily dose of knowledge. There is SO much to learn in our rapidly accelerating field, using the podcast to keep up to date is a smart and efficient strategy. As the growth of data science continues to advance, it’s critical to stay current on all the latest innovations so that you won’t be left behind.

The wonderful thing about podcasts is that you can consume them on your commute, waiting in line, walking/running, etc. In many ways, it’s like sitting in on a session at a data science conference to hear the thoughts of ML and AI experts. But in the case of a podcast, you can conveniently play, pause, and rewind anytime you like. A vast repository of new methodologies and news is available anywhere, anytime.

Today’s feature podcast series comes from Joe DosSantos, Qlik‘s Chief Data Officer, who speaks with recognized technology and workplace thought leader, Meghan M. Biro on how data will shape our working relationships​. As we all get used to operating and working in a “new state of normal” during the largest global pandemic we’ve experienced in decades, Joe and Meghan will discuss the increasingly important role of people in an organization – that’s me and you – and the forces that are redefining our working relationships (for the good and bad). What, for example, will the impact be on how we lead, manage and collaborate? We’ll explore how data and technology can be used to enhance the working experience, inspire and support teams during the uncertain times ahead and debate the future of the workplace – and society – in the months and years to come. Click HERE to listen to the podcast (a free Spotify account is required). Enjoy!

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