Trustfulness and professionalism

Trustfulness and professionalism

In a complex world where few of us have time to understand the intricate detail of data, accounting, law and perhaps even code, we will need trusted professionals to help us navigate complexity. So whilst automation and technology will probably reduce headcount in the profession overall, the prize for those who can use our new technology superpowers to create value for their clients will be ever greater. Algorithmic transparency and code standards can help us trust the underlying machinery, but I predict we will still place our trust in humans to make the final judgement.

Getting ready for Data Ops

Getting ready for Data Ops

We spend so much time deep in the woods trying to help established firms become less divided by vertical hierarchy and more laterally connected, that sometimes it is good to raise our view and consider the prize that lies ahead for those with the courage, imagination...
Linklog 86: When should we trust our data?

Linklog 86: When should we trust our data?

This week’s curator, Sam Thomas, looks at some of the DOs and DON’Ts of Big Data analytics, especially as it pertains to enterprise social networks; he also picks 5 links for further reading on the topic. How do we traverse the minefield of Enterprise Social...
Linklog 17: agile, data and startups

Linklog 17: agile, data and startups

  Interesting things we have found this week about building 21st Century business Want receive our linklog in your email? Please sign up here   AGILE How GDS used a Firebreak – allowing developers to work on anything they liked – to improve...