Building Data Products that Work in the Health and Wellness Industry

Our guest today holds a PhD in organizational psychology and has been working on data products in the health and wellness space for over a decade. We cover a lot of ground in this interview: how to create data products that work, how to avoid the unexpected consequences of poorly designed data interventions, and the importance of ethnographic thinking in data science.

We’ll also talk about reducing friction in data collection, the coaching data product model, and surprising things we can learn when people’s routine’s are broken. From today’s episode, you’ll come away with a better understanding of how to build contextually relevant data products that make a difference in people’s lives.

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Better Nonprofit Data Management and Marketing through Measurement

Today, we will learn about better nonprofit data management though proper measurement. Measurement, in nonprofit data management or other fields, provides information. Having information lends itself to making good decisions. And in the nonprofit data managment sector, the difference between making a good and a bad decision can have significant consequences. Thus, learning proper measurement makes a great tool in nonprofit data management. If you are Teach for America, it

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Ultimate Guide to Tableau Clustering | Create, Interpret, Explain

I’ve been an avid user of Tableau for years. I pretty much can’t solve a quantitative problem these days without using Tableau to help me visually explore my data and iterate through ideas and hypotheses.  But, some problems require more heavy lifting in Tableau than a viz can handle simply. Today, we will discuss Tableau Clustering and why it is useful in creating better analysis of data. What is Tableau

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What the Government Corruption World Map Teaches Us about Politics

Data and maps have a way of opening your eyes. The Government Corruption World Map is no different. Did you know that Costa Rica is the only country in Central America that’s on the positive side of this corruption scale? Or that the only countries with extremely high corruption in the Western Hemisphere are Haiti and Venezuela? And there’s an even deeper story to this data. Lessons from the Government

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