In the first of the insights from Jinfo's Research Focus, "Data analytics - ready your information service", director of research, Robin Neidorf, explains why information professionals' source expertise is central to the success of analytics projects.
Source expertise is the most valuable and relevant thing you bring to analytics projects. The same insights and skills you've used to develop and manage a collection of information sources can now support your organisation in avoiding risk, expensive problems and delays in its analytics projects.
Source expertise in the context of analytics means understanding and advising on:
Analytics strategies and projects need to incorporate knowledge about data sources:
... and no one else in the organisation can answer these questions with the expertise you have.
You may need to cultivate other skills and knowledge with regard to data analytics, and these will differ according to the structure and focus of your organisation. But investing in and promoting your source expertise for the success of analytics strategies is universally valuable.
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The content in the recent Research Focus, "Data analytics - ready your information service", provides research-based analysis, tips and examples of how to adapt, apply and promote your source expertise in the service of analytics projects and strategy.
Jinfo Consulting can support you through a bespoke analysis on adapting this expertise to the emerging needs in your business.
These items from the Research Focus provide specific guidance:
The main lessons learned from this three-month Research Focus, plus a thematic index to all content published, are listed in the Insights and actions report from the Research Focus, "Data analytics - ready your information service". Visit the Research Focus page to get your copy.
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This Research Focus provides tools, research and the original data you need to evaluate your current awareness provision and plot where you are in the movement towards intelligence systems. (October - December 2018).
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