Interview with Roger Hoerl, Ron Snee, and Geoff Vining What is Statistical Engineering (SE)? How did the idea of Statistical Engineering come about? Is SE an idea and a practice, or is it a profession, or both?  How does SE compare to the role/profession of “statistician” and/or “data scientist”? In

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Interview with Margaret Gamalo Today, listen to an interview with Margaret Gamalo, about how to combine a control arm with real world evidence data, a really hot topic. Also, Margaret has been sharing her knowledge for a long time and has gained lots of opportunities this way. Helping others will

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Are you overwhelmed by work? Do you feel like being constantly under time pressure? As I’m talking with colleagues in nearly all organizations, there seems to be an overall increase in workload, shorter timelines, a reduced number of people to help, and also an increase in complexity of the projects. 

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Do you want to help someone improve their visualization skills?Or do you want to train others on any other statistics skills? Training is a very important topic for us statisticians. We train people all the time it can be about statistics or non-statistics. Today, I’ll be sharing some of my

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While we go through our career, we have lots of days that are more or less similar: meetings, discussions, and emails. But sometimes there are spotlight moments. You can be in a meeting with various senior people or work with new clients that is really critical. You have a meeting

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Interview with Ena Bromley What is a statistical unicorn?What should we be doing to become one? Gary Sullivan introduced me to Ena and she’s a really interesting statistician. She was actually quite ahead of her time when she founded her CRO. Listen while Ena and I discuss how to improve

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Interview with Lousin Mehrabi Many statisticians and data scientists see themselves as introverts. Does this imply, that we are therefore bad negotiators? What are the limitations and strength of introverts in negotiations?What does listening really mean and why is it important for negotiations?How do to handle different emotions during negotiations

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Interview with David Hand What is Dark Data?What inspired David to write this book? What did he hope to accomplish in its writing? Today, we all make decisions using data. Dark Data shows us all how to reduce the risk of making bad ones. In this episode we focus on how you can

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Interview with Irene de la Torre Arenas How does data visualization work for journalism?What can we learn from it as statisticians? Today, we will be talking about data visualization in journalism with Irene. She has worked for BBC so she has a background with journalism and we will learn from

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Is it possible to align business focus and self development at the same time?How can we create clear department or company goals or relate these to our goals? In this episode, Benjamin talk about how to make business focus and self development work together. We also provide you numerous tips

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Are you looking for a promotion or higher salary?What are the processes to grant these kind of requests?Can you ask for this right away or is there a specific timing? When I started my career, I had no clue about this topic so I made a lot of mistakes and

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What is a good or bad strategy?What is the difference between strategy and goals?Has strategy something to do with vision or long-term thinking? Strategy is a buzz word that is all around. Everybody talks about it but I didn’t know what it is for a very long time. I recently

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