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The first weekly hockey analytics program in North America, TSN Hockey Analytics is hosted by Andy McNamara and features regular appearances by a wide range of guests, including hockey analytics writer Travis Yost, TSN’s resident stats guru Scott Cullen, and editor-in-chief of The Athletic Toronto James Mirtle. TSN Hockey Analytics airs Saturdays from 12-1pm.
 
Attend any conference for any topic and you will hear people saying after that the best and most informative discussions happened in the bar after the show. Read any business magazine and you will find an article saying something along the lines of "Business Analytics is the hottest job category out there, and there is a significant lack of people, process and best practice." In this case the conference was eMetrics, the bar was….multiple, and the attendees were Michael Helbling, Tim Wilson ...
 
Discover the strategies that convert data into insights and action. Acclaimed data analytics leaders will unearth the secrets of their success in each episode. Subscribe below to stay abreast of the best practices, trends, and technologies driving our fast-paced industry! For transcript articles of the podcasts visit https://www.eckerson.com/podcasts/secrets-of-data-analytics-leaders
 
This is an NBA podcast that has almost nothing to do with advanced analytics. Guy came up with the name and claimed it would be quote "crack up”. It was not. Guy and Paul are comedians and brothers, JT is a mate, and together this self described "Dream Team" aim to dissect the NBA from every angle! The key word in that sentence is “aim”. No refunds. One laugh per episode guaranteed.
 
Analytics on Fire is your backstage pass inside the enterprise analytics and business intelligence world. Join your host BI author, speaker, and co-founder, Mico Yuk (BI Brainz) as she pulls back the curtain on what’s working right now in the enterprise analytics/business intelligence world and what is not. You’ll hear the inside scoop from experienced business leaders on how to plan, implement and gain true business value from your analytics dollars. Visit analyticsonfire.com to subscribe a ...
 
The Hub and Spoken podcast is a series of fascinating discussions with today's top data and business leaders from across the business world. The podcasts explore how to add most value to organisations through the use of data and analytics and how best to organise yourselves to achieve that value. It talks about defining and delivering a data strategy and the best way to return business value.
 
This is a show for sports professionals, data junkies, and fans alike. It’s a show for anyone who knows that numbers are about much more than the score. Hosts Ben Shields (MIT Sloan School of Management) and Paul Michelman (MIT Sloan Management Review) engage the world’s premier sports analytics experts in a lively, occasionally controversial, conversation about what’s really happening both on and off the field.
 
In this podcast you'll find everything related to Analytics, and in particular advanced analytics. Miguel Molina-Cosculluela, managing partner of Analytikus, will be interviewing Data Experts, Vendors, Business Intelligence, Big Data, Predictive and Cognitive Analytics gurus and practitioners. We'll be sharing and discussing how different verticals are developing competitive advantages through the use of Smart Data (aka Analytics). The nature of the podcast will be bilingual, however you'll ...
 
Discover a complete hands-on immersive experience, demonstrating the Microsoft Data Insights platform as a key component of the Microsoft Cloud OS strategy. In this structured set of labs, focus on Big Data and Business Analytics, plus walk through various components of the Microsoft Big Data and Business Analytics solution, including hands-on experience with Microsoft Azure, SQL Server 2014, HDInsight, and Power BI.
 
From the Trenches is a healthcare analytics podcast from Cotiviti (formerly Verscend Technologies), a leading solutions and analytics company that is reshaping the economics of healthcare. On the show, we explore the latest trends in healthcare quality and performance analytics, risk adjustment, payment integrity, and data management. Tweet your suggestions and comments for the podcast to @cotiviti or email jeffrey.robinson@cotiviti.com.
 
The free lunch is over! Computer systems up until the turn of the century became constantly faster without any particular effort simply because the hardware they were running on increased its clock speed with every new release. This trend has changed and today's CPUs stall at around 3 GHz. The size of modern computer systems in terms of contained transistors (cores in CPUs/GPUs, CPUs/GPUs in compute nodes, compute nodes in clusters), however, still increases constantly. This caused a paradig ...
 
Posterior Analytics is the fourth of Aristotle's six texts on logic which are collectively known as the Organon ("Instrument"). Posterior Analytics deals with demonstration, definition, and scientific knowledge. Demonstration is distinguished as a syllogism productive of scientific knowledge, while Definition is marked as the statement of a thing's nature, a statement of the meaning of the name, or of an equivalent nominal formula. (Introduction adapted from Wikipedia)
 
You’ve encountered the realm of big data and analytics! Companies of all sizes are stepping up their analytics game to have more robust customer interactions, improve their bottom line, and digitally transform their businesses. From decision modeling, predictive analytics or considering how to optimize your supply chain or pricing strategy, explore how you can decode and apply analytics software in different ways to significantly impact the way your business operates. This podcast series wil ...
 
Big data and analytics are critical to the success of an enterprise today, but doing analytics right isn’t easy. The expert guests on All Analytics Radio share their advice and opinions on what it takes to succeed with big data and analytics initiatives. Learn about strategies for customer intelligence, the Internet of Things, predictive analytics, data privacy, visualization, the analytics talent shortage, and other challenges and opportunities that face the data science community.
 
This is the official podcast of Touch 'Em All Analytics. Here we will discuss baseball in a way that is analytical yet still understandable and enjoyable to all types of baseball fans.Check out our website/blog: www.touchemallanalytics.comLike us on Facebook: @TouchEmAllAnalyticsFollow our host on Twitter: @C_J_WhittemoreEmail us with questions: TouchEmAllAnalytics@gmail.com
 
The Analytic Gamer Podcast is devoted to in depth discussion on Computer Game Mechanics for experienced gamers. We like to think and talk about ways to play the game for your unique enjoyment and maximum effect. We’ll cover everything from patterns, systems and mechanics of the games we discuss to tweaks, nature of bugs and different playing styles. Our focus is on tactics and choice instead of relying on chance. It is our belief that using the analytic part of your brain can provide the bes ...
 
Data and Analytics are attracting big attention no matter what business you are in. However, not everyone knows how to use their data (and others’ data) to their best advantage. So why not hear from Data and Analytics leaders at some of the biggest brands in the world and learn directly from them? Jack Phillips, CEO and Co-Founder of the International Institute for Analytics sits down with the most powerful players in the field and opens up the playbook to show you how to succeed in Analytics.
 
To paraphrase the late, great HL Mencken, "For every complex problem there is a train-of-thought this is logical, efficient, and completely misguided." Analytical thinking is a subconscious Western philosophy that often gets us into trickiest of pickles leading to a kind of logical insanity. But if we are mindful of this subconcious philosophy of top-down Deductive-Analytical thinking then we can better make sense of the world around us allowing us to take more control of our lives and caree ...
 
The Paul Zimnisky Diamond Analytics Podcast provides a look into the global diamond industry with leading analyst Paul Zimnisky. Each episode features a full-length interview with a special guest to discuss the diamond industry and related topics while sharing interesting observations, thoughts and analysis. A wide range of guests from around the world have joined the show from all segments of the diamond supply chain and beyond, including: exploration geologists, jewelry designers, marketin ...
 
Leverett Analytics is a show that attacks the NFL and the NBA from an analytical viewpoint but breaking things down in a way that makes sense. Leverett KT is the lead NFL Analyst of Reel One's Productions "NFL Weekly" twitch.tv/reelonesproductions and he gives unconventional takes in an analytical sense.
 
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This week, we spoke to Hugo Schoukens and Jo van Hoecke, the co-founders of Double Pass, a Belgian company that assesses, advises and educates (con)federations, leagues, clubs and individuals on optimising their talent development.We focused on their work assessing football academies and asked what impact the auditing process can have on a club’s a…
 
Hoy les hemos preparado una interesante plática con el Mtro. Cristian Guzmán, Coordinador de Promoción y Admisiones en la Universidad La Salle. Cristian nos platica como han sido las transformaciones en ésta área (en especial en la Universidad La Salle) y qué cambios se han realizado en la industria educativa a partir de esta pandemia (covid-19). E…
 
In this week's episode of Analytics Neat we cover quite a bit including Social Media usage, Apple Privacy, Verizon, and Google Cloud on the Undercard. For the Main Event, we dig into some of the themes and announcements from the IAB NewFronts. All this and more in this week's episode of Analytics Neat. Thanks for listening!iTunes:https://itunes.app…
 
In this episode Paul talks with James Kwantes, a Canadian mining journalist and editor of junior mining investment publication Resource Opportunities. The conversation starts with James explaining why Vancouver is a hub for mining exploration companies. The two then discuss how the global move to sustainably is dependent on raw materials like metal…
 
In this episode Jason talks to Viktor Kazinec, Head of Analytics at Close Brothers, to discuss the value of working closely with external stakeholders on data science solutions. They discuss how to choose data projects that can prove and add value, the success drivers of a team, managing and gaining buy-in from internal and external stakeholders, a…
 
Jennipher Judge, Realtor at Keller Williams Realty, Inc discusses how to remove bias from the hiring process. We are excited to have our guest Jennipher Judge, on today’s podcast. How is real estate playing a big role in remote work? Listen to today’s podcast to find out! What you’ll learn from this episode: To begin, how is the real estate market …
 
In the latest episode of the Marketing Analytics Show, we chatted with Kaleigh Moore, a freelance writer for ecommerce and SaaS companies. You'll learn: What are the key components of a solid content strategy How to repackage your content What’s Kaleigh’s process for creating a good article How to measure your content’s success Links mentioned in t…
 
Manchester United vs. Liverpool did not take place becuase of fan protests, as the fallout from the failure of super league perhaps picks up and enters a new phase. It's fascinating! We talk about what the fans seem to demand, their various interests and how these might enable owners to buy them off, how the media covered these protests, and the fu…
 
One of our all-time favorite episodes was when Emily Oster joined us to talk about data, parenting, economics and analytics. She talked about some of the unexpected (but, in hindsight, not surprising) backlash she received from her first two books that were related to pregnancy and then early childhood. Since the show aired, a pandemic has occurred…
 
In this episode, Tarun Kataria of Mars takes us through his experience leading analytics efforts at a series of prominent global companies including Coca-cola, Georgia Pacific and now Mars. You will walk away from this episode with a handful of very useful frameworks that Tarun uses with his team and company leaders to stay focused on the right thi…
 
Matt Waldman, creator of the Rookie Scouting Portfolio (RSP) and senior writer at Footballguys, joins the show to talk about the 2021 NFL Draft. In creating the RSP, he watches hours of tape, which gives him a strong take on the QB that should be the 3rd overall pick. In addition, he describes why a surprise QB is rated better than Zach Wilson, the…
 
Hey AOF! Today I am joined by one of my first mentors in the BI industry, Rick Montgomery, to unpack why and how you can add the human element to digital transformation. Rick is the Co-Founder of Analysis Factory, an end-to-end business intelligence company based in Boston, Massachusetts that specializes in developing data visualizations that map o…
 
Jocelyn Thompson, SPHR, Principal & Chief Executive Officer at WorkVision Consulting discusses how to remove bias from the hiring process. We are excited to have our guest Jocelyn Thompson, SPHR, on today’s podcast. Are you still struggling with bias? We will discuss how to remove bias from the hiring process! What you’ll learn from this episode: T…
 
One of our all-time favorite episodes was when Emily Oster joined us to talk about data, parenting, economics and analytics. She talked about some of the unexpected (but, in hindsight, not surprising) backlash she received from her first two books that were related to pregnancy and then early childhood. Since the show aired, a pandemic has occurred…
 
Sarah Engel, Chief Marketing Officer and Chief People Officer at January Digital discuss what is corporate wellness and why it matters. Welcome our guest Sarah Engel, on today’s podcast. What is your corporate wellness looking like? If you’re not sure, we’ve got your back! Together, we will discuss what is corporate wellness and why it matters. Wha…
 
Claire Schmidt, CEO, and Founder at AllVoices, discuss how we can help employees feel comfortable reporting workplace issues. Welcome our guest Claire Schmidt, on today’s podcast. Have your employees ever felt uncomfortable reporting issues? We’re going to discuss how you can help employees feel comfortable reporting workplace issues. What you’ll l…
 
Tottenham are looking for a manager. The German coaching carousel spins. Weirdly almost all the richest clubs in the world are standing pat. What's going on, what do we expect from the managers who are or may be moving, have teams' approaches to their managerial positions changed? Support the show (http://patreon.com/doublepivot)…
 
Brad Fitch, Corporate Director of HR at Origins Behavioral Health Care, discusses what is the connection between performance reviews and merit increases? Welcome our guest Brad Fitch, we’re excited to have them on! We’re going to discuss the connection between performance reviews and merit increases. How does one affect the other? How often should …
 
The data industry has regular rhetoric that you shouldn’t look backward or run reports that look at what happened (descriptive analytics). This has led people to believe that this panacea exists where you are able to have your business strategy prescribed to you by data (prescriptive analytics). In this episode, host Jason Foster, argues why lookin…
 
In this week's episode of Analytics Neat we discuss a solution coming from Acxiom and MullenLowe and an update on the Google lawsuit in Australia on the Undercard. For the Main Event, we review a new paper from Pega on real-time decisioning and what that looks like within organizations. All this and more in this week's episode of Analytics Neat. Th…
 
Dale Vince, founder of the world’s first green energy company, Ecotricity, and owner of the Forest Green Rovers Football Club, the world’s first vegan professional sports team, joins to the show to discuss renewable energy and his foray into lab-diamonds made from “atmospheric carbon.” The episode begins with Dale sharing how he was living an “off …
 
En esta ocasión, nuestro CEO Miguel Molina Cosculluela nos comparte una charla que tuvo en este gran evento organizado por Microsoft Latinoamérica titulado "Microsoft Reimagine: Reimagina la Educación" Descubre cómo el aprendizaje automático, las soluciones de inteligencia artificial y los modelos predictivos pueden maximizar el potencial de tu ins…
 
We are joined by Wall Street Journal reporter Josh Robinson to talk about the sudden collapse of the Super League, why it happened, and what comes next. Robinson is also the co-author of a book about the founding of the Premier League, The Club, and we think about why that breakaway succeeded but this one failed. And you absolutely must stick aroun…
 
In this episode Jason talks to Rob Kellaway, the Head of DataOps at Legal and General Investment Management about the role of DataOps for data strategy. They discuss how the role of DataOps should be to operationalise and increase the value and efficiency of data as it moves through the pipeline. They also explore how the governance surrounding you…
 
In this episode of the Marketing Analytics Show, Alex Atkins, Head of Growth at CXL, shares the secret to launching and promoting online courses successfully. Tune in to learn: How to launch and promote your online courses How the CXL team integrates storytelling into course launches How to measure your promotion campaign performance How to increas…
 
We've got news. Caley and Goodman walk through the setup of the proposed Super League, its apparent business goals, the structural problems in European football that brought us to this point. and what we think is likely to emerge on the other side of this. @Guidetobirds on the wage issue at the heart of the Super League: https://fileundertragicomed…
 
Customer-centricity: still an incredibly popular topic inside many organizations, and still regularly misinterpreted as the need to provide a delightful experience for all customers. Dr. Peter Fader’s book trying to correct that misguided understanding was first published in 2012 (an updated edition was published in 2020), and he came on the show i…
 
Customer-centricity: still an incredibly popular topic inside many organizations, and still regularly misinterpreted as the need to provide a delightful experience for all customers. Dr. Peter Fader’s book trying to correct that misguided understanding was first published in 2012 (an updated edition was published in 2020), and he came on the show i…
 
Is your organization customer-centric? Does your product team dive into the demographics of your customers to figure out what features will make them as happy as possible? If so, then you're doing it all wrong! Perhaps. On this episode, the gang chats with Dr. Peter Fader (@faderp) from The Wharton School and Zodiac Metrics, about putting customer …
 
In this week's episode of Analytics Neat we discuss the NETSCOUT "Threat Intelligence Report" and the Cardlytics acquisition of Bridg on the Undercard. For the Main Event, we review customer centricity and how design thinking can be applied correctly in analytics. All this and more in this week's episode of Analytics Neat. Thanks for listening!iTun…
 
Christofer Peterson, SVP of People and Culture at Dagger, discusses which areas of the business should a new HR Leader oversee? Welcome our guest Christofer Peterson, we’re excited to have them on! We discuss which areas of the business should a new HR Leader oversee. If you just realized your HR is critical to your company, shame on you! What you’…
 
Amazon Web Services (AWS) has become synonymous with cloud analytics and data tools, and Amazon the e-commerce giant continually ranks at the top of IIA’s analytics maturity index. In this episode, I sit down with Rahul Pathak to talk about the evolution of AWS and the impact is has had (and will continue to have) on data science and analytics that…
 
Lauren McDonald, Director of Human Resources at LoanLogics Inc., discusses how you can choose, prepare, and develop managers. Welcome our guest Lauren McDonald, it’s her first time doing a podcast! We discuss how to choose, prepare, and develop managers. What you’ll learn from this episode: To begin, what is a manager? Second, how do you choose who…
 
Julian Packer, a professional sports bettor and founder of BetStamp, joins the show to discuss how to bet props in basketball and football. He describes how he uses his software background to model props. Then he talks about how he avoids getting his bets limited by sports books, a common problem for winning bettors. Finally, he tells us about BetS…
 
There's a title race in Spain, suddenly! And there was a great Clasico. We break down the game and why we think Barcelona are still favorites despites losing to Real Madrid and sitting third. And we begin our top four profiles, going over how Leicester City and West Ham got here and how the relative stability of their xG numbers in both cases hides…
 
Kerry Wekelo, Chief Operating Officer Culture at Actualize Consulting, discusses how you can help your remote workforce feel connected during this time of separation. Welcome our guest Kerry Wekelo! We discuss how to help your remote workforce feel connected. Kerry Wekelo gives us some advice. What you’ll learn from this episode: First, what does i…
 
Our host, Jason Foster along with Barry Green were looking to give leaders the tools they needed to start changing the narrative on data and have it focused on what really matters – economic, business, organisational and societal outcomes. They got together, authored and published ‘Data Means Business’, a highly rated and best selling book. In this…
 
Lyn Cotton, Senior Director of Human Resources at Acopia LLC., discusses how you can help your employees become healthy overall. Welcome our guest Lyn Cotton to another great podcast! We discuss how to help your employees become healthy physically, mentally, emotionally, and financially. What you’ll learn from this episode: First, what is mental he…
 
Russell Lobsenz, SVP of People at Socure, discusses how you can prevent burnout during remote work. Welcome our guest Russell Lobsenz to another amazing podcast! We discuss how to prevent burnout during remote work, which is crucial nowadays. What you’ll learn from this episode: First, what does burnout mean? Second, what is the company and employe…
 
In this week's episode of Analytics Neat we discuss the growth and implication of the Amazon Ad business and revisit a Facebook data issue from early 2020 on the Undercard. For the Main Event, we cover off on some moves being made with regards to the "cookieless" future of Advertising. All this and more in this week's episode of Analytics Neat. Tha…
 
David Friedman, CEO at High Performing Culture and Author of Culture by Design 2nd edition, discusses how to create a high-performing culture on purpose. Welcome our guest David Friedman to today’s podcast! We discuss how to take steps to create a high-performing culture on purpose! You don’t want to miss this one. What you’ll learn from this episo…
 
Scott Zoldi is the first CAO we spoken with on the podcast whose company’s product is actually data and analytics. Today, FICO is a household name among consumers, but is also critical to the way enterprises of all sizes conduct business. Over 19 years at FICO, Scott has built a truly world-class data and analytics organization grounded in science …
 
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