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Data Teams by Jesse Anderson

Title Data Teams
Author Jesse Anderson
Publisher Apress
Release 2020-10-03
Category Computers
Total Pages 294
ISBN 9781484262276
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Learn how to run successful big data projects, how to resource your teams, and how the teams should work with each other to be cost effective. This book introduces the three teams necessary for successful projects, and what each team does. Most organizations fail with big data projects and the failure is almost always blamed on the technologies used. To be successful, organizations need to focus on both technology and management. Making use of data is a team sport. It takes different kinds of people with different skill sets all working together to get things done. In all but the smallest projects, people should be organized into multiple teams to reduce project failure and underperformance. This book focuses on management. A few years ago, there was little to nothing written or talked about on the management of big data projects or teams. Data Teams shows why management failures are at the root of so many project failures and how to proactively prevent such failures with your project. What You Will Learn Discover the three teams that you will need to be successful with big data Understand what a data scientist is and what a data science team does Understand what a data engineer is and what a data engineering team does Understand what an operations engineer is and what an operations team does Know how the teams and titles differ and why you need all three teams Recognize the role that the business plays in working with data teams and how the rest of the organization contributes to successful data projects Who This Book Is For Management, at all levels, including those who possess some technical ability and are about to embark on a big data project or have already started a big data project. It will be especially helpful for those who have projects which may be stuck and they do not know why, or who attended a conference or read about big data and are beginning their due diligence on what it will take to put a project in place. This book is also pertinent for leads or technical architects who are: on a team tasked by the business to figure out what it will take to start a project, in a project that is stuck, or need to determine whether there are non-technical problems affecting their project.

Title The Skillful Inquiry Data Team
Author Nancy Love
Publisher National Professional Resources Inc./Dude Publishing
Release 2012-01-01
Category Education
Total Pages 6
ISBN 1935609629
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Written by school data expert Nancy Love, this guide provides a proven-effective inquiry process and practical tools for grade level (elementary) or subject-area (middle and high school) teams of teachers to maximize their impact on student achievement by: * Building a strong foundation, including shared purpose, collaborative norms, and commitments to rigorous standards add to each student's learning * Identifying a common focus for improvement through analysis of state and local common assessments and student work * Verifying causes of student-learning problems through research, error-analysis, and data about practices and perceptions * Generating solutions by sharing successful teaching strategies and reteaching and extending learning based on students' needs * Ongoing monitoring of the team's impact on instruction and on student learning

Title Building Data Science Teams
Author DJ Patil
Publisher "O'Reilly Media, Inc."
Release 2011-09-15
Category Computers
Total Pages 24
ISBN 1449316778
Language English, Spanish, and French
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As data science evolves to become a business necessity, the importance of assembling a strong and innovative data teams grows. In this in-depth report, data scientist DJ Patil explains the skills, perspectives, tools and processes that position data science teams for success. Topics include: What it means to be "data driven." The unique roles of data scientists. The four essential qualities of data scientists. Patil's first-hand experience building the LinkedIn data science team.

Title What Does Your School Data Team Sound Like
Author Dean T. Spaulding
Publisher Corwin Press
Release 2018-07-04
Category Education
Total Pages 176
ISBN 1506390935
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

Inspire the data discussion! Data is a valuable resource for improving education. Unfortunately, many school data teams struggle to make sense of new and often overwhelming data. What Does Your Data Team Sound Like? provides an approach that gets teams talking about and applying data effectively in a variety of setting and scenarios. Written to help data teams navigate the confusing world of data analysis for on-going school improvement, this book offers a framework that is rigorous yet easy to follow. Readers will find: Easy, step-by-step discussion & analysis techniques Case studies that demonstrate different approaches Checklists and flowcharts to help visual the process

Building a Data Integration Team by Jarrett Goldfedder

Title Building a Data Integration Team
Author Jarrett Goldfedder
Publisher Apress
Release 2020-02-27
Category Computers
Total Pages 237
ISBN 1484256530
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Find the right people with the right skills. This book clarifies best practices for creating high-functioning data integration teams, enabling you to understand the skills and requirements, documents, and solutions for planning, designing, and monitoring both one-time migration and daily integration systems. The growth of data is exploding. With multiple sources of information constantly arriving across enterprise systems, combining these systems into a single, cohesive, and documentable unit has become more important than ever. But the approach toward integration is much different than in other software disciplines, requiring the ability to code, collaborate, and disentangle complex business rules into a scalable model. Data migrations and integrations can be complicated. In many cases, project teams save the actual migration for the last weekend of the project, and any issues can lead to missed deadlines or, at worst, corrupted data that needs to be reconciled post-deployment. This book details how to plan strategically to avoid these last-minute risks as well as how to build the right solutions for future integration projects. What You Will Learn Understand the “language” of integrations and how they relate in terms of priority and ownership Create valuable documents that lead your team from discovery to deployment Research the most important integration tools in the market today Monitor your error logs and see how the output increases the cycle of continuous improvement Market across the enterprise to provide valuable integration solutions Who This Book Is For The executive and integration team leaders who are building the corresponding practice. It is also for integration architects, developers, and business analysts who need additional familiarity with ETL tools, integration processes, and associated project deliverables.

Leaders Make It Happen by Brian A. McNulty

Title Leaders Make It Happen
Author Brian A. McNulty
Publisher Lead and Learn Press
Release 2011
Category Education
Total Pages 198
ISBN 9781935588009
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Leaders Make It Happen! is a targeted how-to for school administrators (department heads, vice-principals, principals, etc.) who have been assigned to run a Data Team in their school. A Data Team monitors data, analyzes strengths and obstacles, establishes goals, selects instructional strategies, and determines results indicators for individual students. In short, Data Teams are collaborative, structured, scheduled meetings that focus on the effectiveness of teaching and learning.

Data Reverse Engineering by Peter H. Aiken

Title Data Reverse Engineering
Author Peter H. Aiken
Publisher McGraw-Hill Companies
Release 1996
Category Business & Economics
Total Pages 394
ISBN
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Big Data Marketing by Lisa Arthur

Title Big Data Marketing
Author Lisa Arthur
Publisher John Wiley & Sons
Release 2013-10-07
Category Business & Economics
Total Pages 208
ISBN 1118733894
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Leverage big data insights to improve customer experiences and insure business success Many of today's businesses find themselves caught in a snarl of internal data, paralyzed by internal silos, and executing antiquated marketing approaches. As a result, consumers are losing patience, shareholders are clamoring for growth and differentiation, and marketers are left struggling to untangle the massive mess. Big Data Marketing provides a strategic road map for executives who want to clear the chaos and start driving competitive advantage and top line growth. Using real-world examples, non-technical language, additional downloadable resources, and a healthy dose of humor, Big Data Marketing will help you discover the remedy offered by data-driven marketing. Explains how marketers can use data to learn what they need to know Details strategies to drive marketing relevance and Return On Marketing Investment (ROMI) Provides a five-step approach in the journey to a more data-driven marketing organization Author Lisa Arthur, the Chief Marketing Officer for Teradata Applications, the leader in integrated marketing software, meets with thousands of CMOs and marketing professionals annually through public speaking and events Big Data Marketing reveals patterns in your customers' behavior and proven ways to elevate customer experiences. Leverage these insights to insure your business's success.

Leading Teams by John H. Zenger

Title Leading Teams
Author John H. Zenger
Publisher Irwin Professional Pub
Release 1994
Category Business & Economics
Total Pages 287
ISBN 9781556238949
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Zenger on Leading Teams. Are you fully prepared to make the transition from manager to team leader? eading Teams, by John H. Zenger, Ed Musselwhite, Kathleen Hurson and Craig Perrin, gives you the tools to carve an enduring and tial role for yourself in any team environment. This nuts-and-bolts guide shows you how to become a ``change agent'' rather than a victim during your organization's transition to teams. You'll develop the art of shared leadership with your team. . .acquire the skills needed to succeed as a team leader in high-performance mode. . .get hands-on advice from experieced team leaders that you can use right now to boost your leadership potential. . .and apply proven team methods for dramatically improving employee involvement efforts and bottom-line performance.

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