Women in Tech
April 9th, 2019
With the end of 2015 fast approaching, we’ve taken a look back at some of our most popular articles from the year. These covered a range of topics in the recruitment, information management and data analytics sectors.
We contacted three top thought leaders in the Information Management and Analytics world: Howard Dresner, Mike Ferguson and Chris Bradley, to get their views on thought leadership. From this we created a series of articles looking into the life of thought leaders. Our first article to kick off the series took an in depth look at our favourite thought leaders backgrounds and how this lead them to become the industry influencers and leaders we follow today.
Candidates can often be concerned about the type of information they provide to recruiters and if this will cause them any difficulties in their job search. In this article we weighed up the debate for whether or not you should tell a recruiter where else you’re interviewing and the impact that providing this information can have.
As a spin off from our State of Data whitepaper, we wanted to look at the most effective ways to improve data quality. The survey we conducted came back with some very interesting information – data and business professionals believe that investing more money is not the best way to improve data quality. Take a look at the article to find out what they felt was a more effective way to improve the data function.
With the rise of the Internet of Things, we wanted to take a look at how the IoT will transform your household. We investigated 5 devices that can make your life that little bit more efficient.
With developments in the Information Management and Data Analytics industry, we wanted to take a look at what is required from today’s Data Managers. We explored the different requirements and combination of soft and technical skills that are required from those at the forefront of the industry.
We’ve had a fantastic 2015 and can’t wait for what 2016 holds for the team here at KDR. We hope you have a great Christmas and New Year and we wish you the best for 2016.
If there are any recruitment or Information Management topics that you would like to see covered in our blog, please let us know by contacting: Gemma Morris