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To celebrate the World Book Day, we want to recommend 3 extraordinary reads that can help broaden the minds of data and analytics leaders. These three books will help you:

  • Help your stakeholders make better decisions
  • Leverage the full potential of your diverse team
  • Reframe your mindset towards more sustainable future
  1. Make better decisions with data

Number one in the list is Thinking Fast and Slow by Daniel Kahneman.

When you are trying to get your stakeholders to make decisions based on data, it’s useful to understand what you are up against. Nobel prize winner explains why many decisions we make are less logical that what we’d hope, and how to think slower and smarter.

  1. Create diverse teams that can solve problems

Rebel Ideas: The Power of Diverse Thinking by Matthew Syed is the second book on our list.

Game changing data and analytics is a team sport, and this book will help you tap into the immense power of cognitive diversity you have in your team.

  1. Promote sustainable business growth

And last but not least comes Kate Raworth’s Doughnut Economics.

As the current pandemic leaves its mark on the world economy, it seems timely to reevaluate mainstream economics. Oxford academic has designed a compass for human progress in 21st century – with humanity and ecology at the centre of it.

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Make better informed decisions by assessing your data and analytics capability and use community intelligence to close the gap between strategy and execution.


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