In this article, I’ll spill the beans on the most common data storytelling mistakes made by business professionals and help you steer clear of them.
So, let’s explore when dashboards are essential and when you need to bring out the big guns.
Today, we embark on a thrilling journey to uncover the hidden treasures within your business data.
In this article, we’ll discuss why data storytelling in dashboards is important and how to achieve it.
This short article explains the strategic role of dashboard design and helps you set the right key performance indicators (KPIs) and benchmarks for your business.
In this article, we will answer the question of why we need single-screen dashboards and how to fit everything we need into one page.
If you are about to embark on a digitalization journey, do not forget to take your employees with you. This short article explains how FP&A can help organizations avoid the three-to-five-year gap between the technology adoption level and the mindset of employees.
Even if you are keen to base your decision on solid data, or at least google results, you are most likely to make this mistake.
Our usual habit is to develop a quick opinion about something and then consciously search for the information, that supports our opinion.
In September “Data Story” from Nancy Duarte became available for pre-order. Data storytelling book from the guru of slides and presentations!!!
I couldn’t wait.
In December it arrived to me from Amazon. New. With the paper smell of the unread pages. I jumped right into it.
Usually at my “Storytelling with Business Data” workshops audience splits into pie-chart-lovers (hopefully minority) and pie-chart-haters (hopefully majority). But it is hard to find a single person in the audience, who has never created a pie chart.
Pie chart is probably one of the most overused charts in data visualization history.