Culture eats data science for breakfast

Company Culture 14th March 2016 Written byJohan Himberg Johan has eighteen years of professional background in analytics, both from the academic and business world. He joined Reaktor in 2014 as a Senior Data Scientist. “It’s not enough to introduce big data technology, fancy algorithms, and some unicorn-like isolated data scientists to any organization and work culture, and expect them to be able to change things on their own. In order to get the most out of data science, the culture has to change to support data-driven work,” writes Johan Himberg, Data Scientist at Reaktor. A LinkedIn post, The Inconvenient Truth About Data Science by Kamil Bartocha, recently popped up in my feed. For a Data Science professional, the list is funny – because it is true. In just a few…


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