Boss'n'Data Episode 7: The Measurement Mindset with Indre Stanaityte

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Measurement in Data Science is a defining element of any proposed project. 

What, why and how we measure can often be some of the major factors in determining the success or otherwise of the piece of work that is subsequently carried out.
The Measurement Mindset recognizes the critical importance of measurement and places it firmly alongside other factors such as domain expertise and communication skills as essential parts of a Data Scientist’s toolkit.

Amongst other topics, Rob and Indy discuss:

  • Why better measurement would help improve the likelihood of success in Data Science projects.
  • Why building trust with stakeholders is crucial, no matter what measurements are made.
  • How AI, ML and other innovations can help The Measurement Mindset in Data Science.


Guest Bio:


Indre Stanaityte, freelance data expert and entrepreneur, thrives on unravelling 'immeasurable' challenges, turning them into creative, impactful results. 
Her journey, from poker enthusiast to business founder, is marked by significant project successes with brands such as Nissan, British Gas and Jaguar Land Rover and innovative approaches and solutions. 

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Meet the Host:

Robin Huggins

Robin Huggins, Director of Client Services, MBN Solutions

Rob is Client Services Director at MBN Solutions. It’s been over 12 years and he’s still the smiling face that our clients know and love. Whether it’s ensuring excellence in our engagement model or presenting at one of our events, Rob is often the first MBN face that people see. He’s pretty good, too. So good that he’s been recognised as one of the hundred most influential people in the UK Data Industry...twice.