008 – Dr. Puneet Batra (Assoc. Director, Machine Learning at Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard) on aligning data science with biz objectives, user research, understanding workflows, and jazz

Dr. Puneet Batra is the Associate Director of Machine Learning at the Broad Institute, where his team builds machine learning algorithms and pipelines to help discover new biological insights and impact disease. Puneet has spent his career stitching together data-driven solutions: in location data analysis, as cofounder of LevelTrigger; in health care, as Chief Data … Read more008 – Dr. Puneet Batra (Assoc. Director, Machine Learning at Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard) on aligning data science with biz objectives, user research, understanding workflows, and jazz

007 – Jim Psota (CTO & Co-Founder, Panjiva/S&P Global) on designing a meaningful SAAS analytics product for the global supply chain

Jim Psota is the Co-Founder and CTO of Panjiva, which was named one of the top 10 Most Innovative Data Science Companies in the World by Fast Company in 2018. Panjiva has mapped the global supply chain using a combination of over 1B shipping transactions and machine learning, and recently the company was acquired by … Read more007 – Jim Psota (CTO & Co-Founder, Panjiva/S&P Global) on designing a meaningful SAAS analytics product for the global supply chain

006 – Julien Benatar (PM for Pandora’s data service, Next Big Sound) on analytics for musicians, record labels and performing artists

We’re back with a special music-related analytics episode! Following Next Big Sound’s acquisition by Pandora, Julien Benatar moved from engineering into product management and is now responsible for the company’s analytics applications in the Creator Tools division. He and his team of engineers, data scientists and designers provide insights on how artists are performing on … Read more006 – Julien Benatar (PM for Pandora’s data service, Next Big Sound) on analytics for musicians, record labels and performing artists

005 – Jason Krantz (Dir. of Biz Analytics/Insights, Weil-McClain) on centering analytics around internal customers

Jason Krantz is the Director of Business Analytics & Insights for the 135-year old company, Weil McLain and Marley Engineered Products. While the company is responsible for helping keeping homes and businesses warm, Jason is responsible for the creation and growth of analytical capabilities at Weil McLain, and was recognized in 2017 as a “Top … Read more005 – Jason Krantz (Dir. of Biz Analytics/Insights, Weil-McClain) on centering analytics around internal customers

004 – Vinay Seth Mohta (CEO, Manifold) on Lean AI and machine learning for enterprise data products

Vinay Seth Mohta is Managing Director at Manifold, an artificial intelligence engineering services firm with offices in Boston and Silicon Valley. Vinay has helped develop Manifold’s Lean AI process to build useful and accurate machine learning apps for a wide variety of customers. During today’s episode, Vinay and I discuss common misconceptions about machine learning. Some … Read more004 – Vinay Seth Mohta (CEO, Manifold) on Lean AI and machine learning for enterprise data products

003 – Mark Madsen (Global Architecture Lead, Teradata Consulting) on the common interests of analytics software architecture and product design

In Episode #003, I talked to Mark Madsen of Teradata on the common interests of analytics software architecture and product design. Mark spent most of the past 25 years working in the analytics field, and he is currently the global head of architecture for Teradata Consulting. He is a true analytics pioneer and a regular … Read more003 – Mark Madsen (Global Architecture Lead, Teradata Consulting) on the common interests of analytics software architecture and product design

002 – Julie Yoo (CPO, Kyruus) on designing a better process for scheduling patients with healthcare providers

Julie Yoo is the co-founder of Kyruus, a medical technology company that is the developer of ProviderMatch. One of the most frustrating things about the healthcare system is the tendency for patients to be sent to the wrong type of doctor for their health issue. The industry term for this problem is patient access paradox. … Read more002 – Julie Yoo (CPO, Kyruus) on designing a better process for scheduling patients with healthcare providers

001 – Kathy Koontz (International Institute for Analytics) on the growing need for UX and design in the analytics practice

Kathy Koontz is the Executive Director of the Analytics Leadership Consortium at the International Institute for Analytics and my guest for today’s episode. The International Institute of Analytics is a research and advisory firm that discusses the latest trends and the best practices within the analytics field.  We touch on how these strategies are used … Read more001 – Kathy Koontz (International Institute for Analytics) on the growing need for UX and design in the analytics practice

000 – Welcome to Experiencing Data

Hey, everyone. I’m Brian O’Neill and I’m excited to share my new podcast with you called Experiencing Data. I’m a consultant specializing in design and user experience for custom enterprise data products and apps. I’m also the founder and principal of Designing for Analytics. My goal with this podcast is to expose you to you … Read more000 – Welcome to Experiencing Data