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Standard Deviation is a podcast that studies and uncovers the mental models of Data Analytics leaders.

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Standard Deviation is a podcast that studies and uncovers the mental models of Data Analytics leaders.

    In the coalface with Peter Caputa

    In the coalface with Peter Caputa

    In the season one finale of Standard Deviation, I met with Peter Caputa, CEO of Databox. We had a lot of fun talking about data & visualization SaaS, business, entrepreneurship, and how to grow a SaaS business.
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    Peter is the former VP of Sales at HubSpot and the current CEO of Databox. Pete's been selling, managing salespeople, and building sales teams for 20+ years. He scaled HubSpot's channel sales passed $100M in annual revenue and built a small but mighty sales, marketing, and customer service team at Databox that has helped the company hit $4M ARR and 2,000+ customers while maintaining profitability.

    • 56 min
    You need to use a screw with June Li

    You need to use a screw with June Li

    In this episode I am talking to June Li. She is the Founder and Managing Director of ClickInsight, an analytics consultancy focused on extracting value by analyzing & optimizing digital behaviour. June is an instructor at the University of Toronto, and has worked with the Digital Analytics Association for over 10 years, helping create their online Digital Analytics Course Program in collaboration with the University of British Columbia, and leading DAA Base Camp workshops.

    Today we will chat about the education system, GA4, decision making, entrepreneurship and mental models to succeed in the analytics world.

    • 54 min
    Averages do not exist with Milly KC

    Averages do not exist with Milly KC

    Today I am chatting with Milly KC. She is an experienced Lead Data Scientist with strong understanding of various machine learning algorithms and a proven record of applying machine learning to extract deep insights and provide business value.
    Currently she is the ML Engineer Director at Slalom Build, Founder at Stealth startup, and formerly Data Science Lead at UBER.

    We are covering data science, art, education, mathematics, following your passion and of course - statistics and averages.

    NOTE: I am aware that my sound (the host) is not great however, Milly's sound is crisp. The challenges of recording are real. Hope you make it through and enjoy this episode.

    • 58 min
    Flicker mechanisms with Ben Labay

    Flicker mechanisms with Ben Labay

    Today I am talking to Ben Labay, Managing Director of Speero about evolutionary behavior, decision support, and how evolution affects behaviors.
    Ben combines years of academic and statistics training with customer experience and UX knowledge to help scope and run conversion research programs for companies around the world.

    • 45 min
    Mindfulness with Taye Johnson

    Mindfulness with Taye Johnson

    Had Taye Johnson over on the podcast today. She is an LGBTQ+ advocate, a technologist at Taye Johnson Co., and board member. Taye has years of experience working within the global data industry. She has worked for startups, nonprofits, and global enterprises throughout the years.
    We chatted about technology, data, and some things that some might not be stomached well; however, they need to be heard and talked about, such as diversity and inclusion in marketing and analytics. Listen in and let us know your thoughts.

    • 47 min
    Form follows function with Tim Wilson

    Form follows function with Tim Wilson

    Tim has been working with digital data full-time since 2001 in a variety of roles: from managing a web analytics platform migration and developing analytics processes as the head of the business intelligence department at a $500 million high tech B2B company; to creating and growing the analytics practices at multiple agencies that worked with a range of large consumer brands; to his current role consulting with the digital analytics teams at Fortune 500 companies on their strategies, processes, and tactics for effectively putting their sales, marketing, customer, and digital data to actionable use.

    Today we are chatting about mental models, statistics, R, photography and data visualization.

    • 1 hr 7 min

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