You don’t need to be a data scientist to assess the disruptive impact of COVID-19. But it’s nice when the facts support the intuition. Analysing payments data is a useful place to start.
One of the many lessons learned from the COVID-19 is that sourcing data and creating amazing visualisations is the (relatively) easy part of data science. Ensuring you’re comparing apples with apples and telling the story is a different kettle of fish.
There are many risk management tools to help manage a crisis but are they used when the crisis hits? And does it matter?
Process governance is a hot topic in Financial Services since the Hayne Royal Commission. Unfortunately many organisations seem to be missing the point and the opportunity good process governance presents.
I’ve written a number of articles on transformation recently from multiple perspectives – people, change, risk, financial and operational. This post summarises each one with links to the media they were published in.
Hire external or train existing staff? This is one of the major dilemmas facing any mature organisation embarking on digital transformation. With the odds of success so low, the stakes are high.
This people-oriented approach makes transformation more achievable and delivers benefits along the way.
Digital Transformation is hard. Bringing the day-to-day delivery teams into the transformational tent can play an important role in helping fund the transformation and increase the odds of success.
Kanban is a critical element in agile project management. But if you don’t manage the bottleneck, there will be unintended consequences.
For those of you interested in the background story to the book, this short video clip should provide some of the answers.