Conducting a data orchestra – Peter Thomas
Peter is an award-winning analytics/ data executive who has held the top data job at either group or divisional levels since 2000.
Peter is a globally recognised expert in data management, analytics, big data, business intelligence, data warehousing and driving business value via technology. His background in maths has equipped with a rigorous and analytical approach to learning skills from the ground up. Peter knows that if you truly want to understand a new topic or tech you cannot skip the fundamentals, something that is all too easy today due to the number of tools at the disposal of a data team.
Using an orchestra as an analogy Peter acts as the conductor and lays out the roles and responsibilities of a Head of Data with Andy on the show.
00.37 How do you choose what tool to use for your analytics?
03.04 Are we missing learning the fundamentals of the tech we operate?
08.26 What makes individuals valuable from a data perspective?
11.55 The introduction of the CDO role.
12.30 Great technical people don’t always make the best managers.
17.23 Managing internal change in a company.
20.42 What are you writing about at the moment?
24.09 Data cannot solve all our problems.
29.23 Executing on your data plan.
32.59 Finding great data talent.