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BI or DIE – Taxonomy for Practical Dashboards – Talking with Nick Desbarats, Practical Reporting | EN

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Nick, Viktoria & Kai talk about different dashboard types and how a tool-independent taxonomy leads to better and more comprehensive dashboards.

As an independent educator and consultant, Nick Desbarats [pronounced DEH-burr-ah] has taught data visualization and information dashboard design to thousands of professionals in over a dozen countries at organizations such as NASA, Bloomberg, The Central Bank of Tanzania, Visa, The United Nations, The University of Toronto, and Shopify, among many others. Nick was the first and only educator to be authorized by Stephen Few to deliver his foundational data visualization and dashboard design workshops, which he taught from 2014 until launching his own workshops in 2019. His books „Practical Charts“ and „Practical Dashboards“ will be published in 2021.

In today’s episode you will learn:

💡  What is a common definition of a dashboard?
🚦  What types of dashboards are useful for organizations?
🌀  Why we should think more in terms of dashboard ecosytems?
⚡️  What the dashboard taxonomy is all about?
📚  How companies and everyone can approach the topic?

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