Interview with Björn Bornkamp and Kaspar Rufibach Principal stratification used to play a role only in observational research but at least since the addendum of the ICH E9 guideline, this approach to causal inference became a hot topic. In this episode, I talk with 2 experts from Novartis and Roche.
Interview with Yves Schymura Yves and I have worked together in various roles. Over time, he became more interested in becoming a statistician and I helped him to change his career path in this direction. As part of his master thesis, he worked on an idea; I had sketched out
Interview with Nicholas Lowthorpe Today, we are talking about Taylor Swift and visualizations. Does it seem like a very unreasonable thing? I thought so as well but then I read this interesting LinkedIn post where I laughed hard but it really made sense! Join us in today’s episode as we
Interview with Victoria Gamerman What’s in it for statisticians and data scientists? Design thinking is an interesting topic and is becoming more popular these days. I found out about it on LinkedIn and it’s where I met Victoria. In this episode, Victoria and I talk about the following points: Never
What do you do if you need something from someone at work, but You have never talked to this person ever before This person doesn’t know you The person is very protective about the thing you need You have only 15 minutes to convince her Very tricky situation! In this
Interview with Stephen Bungay Stephen is a really interesting person. He is the author of The Art of Action and has a background in consulting and history. Based on this knowledge, he wrote a couple of books about history and leadership. In terms of leadership, there’s an area that overlooked
How does understanding the bigger picture helps you to be more productive and to be more influential at work?How can this help you sell your work to your supervisors?How can you fit your work with other’s priorities?How can you easily understand where others are coming from? Throughout the leadership program,
Book review with Stuart McGuire If you enjoyed the last book review, you’ll surely enjoy this one as well. This is much more practical than the last one. Getting to Yes is a very fundamental book that everybody should read. It was fundamental for me early in my career as
Interview with Mike Smith Why do we need to innovate?What are the drivers for innovation?How much time would you invest in something if it made an awful task more bearable? I really enjoyed this interview with Mike as we talked about his award-winning presentation. Mike and I discuss innovation and
Napoleon Hill is an interesting author and quite controversial but still good content to reflect upon. In this episode, I want to reflect on:Why people fail in their careers?What hinders us from getting to the career goal set we have?How can we avoid doing the same thing in our own
Do you currently run an initiative? Do you want to get support or budget for an initiative?Do you want to change the design or analyses of a study?Do you need to run it past a committee or a senior person? In this episode, I talk about these 4 important advice
Today, I am talking about a topic that is very close to my heart. I want us, statisticians, to have an impact. I truly believe that if we make better decisions in our day-to-day jobs in our companies and organizations, then we can truly have a much bigger impact on
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