This episode’s guests are on a mission to create data-savvy organizations by improving the dialogue between analyst and stakeholder.
Zach and Chris Gemignani are the brain trust behind Juice Analytics, a company dedicated to helping organizations learn the language of their data and now very good friends of mine.
They are also creators of JuiceBox, a new kind of tool for visualizing enterprise data in the form of stories, not data dumps.
And in this episode, Zach and Chris hash it out with me on the top ways analysts can bring their A-game to the conference room table by presenting insights that meet their stakeholders where they are in extracting maximum value from their analytics investment.
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In This Episode, You’ll Learn…
- Why it’s important to communicate data in a creative, interesting, and visual way
- How to create a language that helps you to comfortably engage stakeholders with data content
- About the JuiceBox tool which focuses on visualizing data in an attractive and easy to understand way that guides users through the information in clear sense
- How to transform data by using a unified, consistent Presentation Style Guide from Data Fluency.
- How to intentionally use colors to uniquely emphasize key points in data and to tell a story
- Why it’s crucial to present your data in a personal way your audience
People and Resources Mentioned in this Episode:
- Juice Analytics
- Data Fluency
- Amazon S3
- Whitepaper: A Guide to Creating Dashboards People Love to Use
- Nashville Analytics Summit – August 11-12, 2016
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