Data Storytelling: Story Before Suggestions
Sam and his team, having worked hard to find an insight from data that they have received from their ecommerce team, finally find a meaningful insight after weeks of slicing and dicing the data. Excited, they walk in to a presentation to share the insight. Their presentation is structured like this: – We are here to make the following suggestions for an…

Data Storytelling: 5 short, free tutorials…
Words have always been the most natural way to tell stories. However, the rising importance of data has created a new need for us, which is to tell a story with numbers. Something that doesn’t come naturally to us. We have always presented an analysis of numbers. Hence, we are great at analysing the data but not so great at being able…

Storytelling: Stories Hidden in The Data From Feedback Forms
I have written about my views on the obsession attached with collecting data on Feedback Forms for workshops, seminars and trainings in the past. But as I am reading and understanding more about Feedback I am developing some insights. The trend has been to centralise and standardise systems, collecting data on metrics on feedback for workshops, trainings, seminars etc. This can be…

Storytelling: Credible but Cold
Before I begin, a disclaimer. We have used a video produced by KPMG as an example to bring the point we want to make via this blog to life. We lack context, it was not made for an audience like us. We are not even sharing our views on making this video better but simply using the information in the video to…

Data Storytelling: Your Internal Presentation Culture – is it a Doctor’s Clinic or Courtroom?
In my previous blog on Data Storytelling, I suggested that in the absence of an insight, a Data Analyst should be a Questionologist. In this blog, I want to share the vital role that an audience plays in generating what we all want from Data….Insights. Firstly, I would highly recommend that we take the time to reflect upon our respective Internal Presentations…