The world is in a race to become data-driven – now more than ever. The warp-speed effort to organize scientific and epidemiological data from across the globe in a heroic effort to find a COVID-19 vaccine has illustrated the urgency and existential nature of this quest. We need data, science, facts, knowledge, and insight to make informed, wise, and critical decisions. Data matters, and having good data matters tremendously.
Randy Bean will share perspectives from his newly published book, Fail Fast, Learn Faster: Lessons in Data-Drive Leadership in an Age of Disruption, Big Data, and AI, on why companies and data leaders must act faster, think differently, consider the ethical consequences, and embrace change to compete in a digital world.
This webinar is part of a series of virtual events featuring thought leaders in finance, business intelligence and data. It is brought to you by Thinknum Alternative Data in partnership with The Business of Business and the Alternative Data Community Forum.The Business of Business tracks and curates real-time information, ideas, and insider tips - for the ambitious, bold, and hungry to get ahead.
@ NewVantage Partners
Randy BeanCEO @ NewVantage PartnersRandy Bean is an industry thought leader, author, and speaker in the field of data-driven business leadership, known for his frequent columns in Harvard Business Review, MIT Sloan Management Review, Forbes, and The Wall Street Journal. He is the author of Fail Fast, Learn Faster: Lessons in Data-Drive Leadership in an Age of Disruption, Big Data, and AI, and CEO of NewVantage Partners, a strategic advisory firm to Fortune 1000 clients that he founded in 2001.
Boris SpiwakDirector of Marketing
@Thinknum Alternative Data
Boris SpiwakDirector of Marketing @Thinknum Alternative Data @KgBase
Boris Spiwak is Director of Marketing at Thinknum and KgBase. Before joining Thinknum, Boris worked as a Financial Manager at Procter & Gamble's EMEA HQ in Geneva, Switzerland, and as VP Finance in one of Colombia's largest hotel chains. He holds degrees in Political Economy and Finance from Princeton, the London School of Economics, and HEC Paris. Originally from Venezuela, Boris has lived in over half a dozen countries. Find Boris Spiwak on Twitter and LinkedIn.
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