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Australia’s peak body for analytics professionals has revealed the 25 people at the top of the analytics leadership table in Australia as part of the IAPA 2020 Top 25 Analytics Leaders program. The awards first began in 2018 and Annette Slunjski, Managing Director, IAPA said she has already seen positive

IAPA, the peak body for analytics professionals in Australia, announced the 2020 IAPA Top 25 Analytics Leaders program is now open for nominations. IAPA, the Institute of Analytics Professionals of Australia, is the professional organisation for the analytics industry in Australia, incorporating business analytics, data mining and AI across multiple

IAPA, the peak body for analytics professionals in Australia, has named its top 25 analytics leaders for 2019. The list is decided by a panel of leading analytics and business leaders across four key areas of strategy and impact; influence and advocacy; innovation and improvement; and team growth and leadership.

The Institute of Analytics Professionals of Australia (IAPA) is accepting nominations for the 2019 IAPA Top 25 Analytics Leaders program. The peak body for analytics professionals ran the program for the first time last year, naming Matt Kuperholz, Chief Data Scientist, PwC and Sandra Hogan, Group Head, Customer Analytics, Origin

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If your business is not data driven within five years you will not have a business, according to Annette Slunjski, Managing Director of the Institute of Analytics Professionals of Australia. She said, “We’re not going to be in the fourth industrial revolution unless we can start harnessing the data we have

Stethoscope, X-Ray, healthcare

Digital transformation in the health sector is a different beast. It is slower, more expensive and the stakes are higher than most other industries. But, according to Dr Claire Sullivan, Chief Digital Health Officer Metro North Hospital and Health Service, the results are unparalleled. Sign up for Which-50’s Irregular Insights

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As society trusts more of its operations to autonomous systems, increasingly companies are making it a requirement that humans can understand how exactly a machine has reached a certain conclusion. The research efforts behind Explainable AI (XAI) are gaining traction as technology giants like Microsoft, Google and IBM, agree that

Data may not be on the balance sheet yet, but there’s nothing stopping organisations treating it like it is. That’s the view of Genevieve Elliott, general manager, data science and insights, Vicinity Centres, an Australian retail property organisation leveraging data and analytics.  “I’d love one day for it to be

Stephen Porges has been appointed CEO of the Australian Alliance for Data Leadership to provide data leadership, advocacy and governance to Australian businesses. The Australian Alliance for Data Leadership (AADL) is a network of Associations with the common thread of data and customer experience, representing the essential functions of data-driven

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The past decade has seen some significant shifts in the way talent is perceived, managed and remunerated in the analytics profession. From back-room quants with sensible shoes to the ‘data science’ darlings of the media sector, analysts have seen a stellar rise in professional cachet. The annual IAPA Skills and