With an industry skills gap upon us, an estimated 85% of Fortune 500 organisations are still looking for talent today. SAS remains committed to helping university students with SAS® skills gain work placement with SAS customers today – as they’ve done for over a decade. Westpac is Australia’s first bank
Tag: data culture and literacy
Analytics can get you answers from data. With an ever-increasing volume of data and new regulatory pressures, you need to know more than knowing where and how it is used. It's critical to comprehend the data: Is it relevant? Does it contain sensitive or private information? Can we detect bias?
Students in the master's program in data science at the University of North Carolina Wilmington (UNCW) drove real-world results using SAS® Viya® for the labor market analytics company Lightcast. The project gave students practical analytical tools to solve a business challenge – invaluable career preparation. At the same time, Lightcast gained business insights
ChatGPT from OpenAI has changed how the general public thinks about AI. What does this mean for analytics practitioners?
Determining the “right” talent strategy for an organization isn’t easy. Diverse projects and priorities demand various levels of knowledge, skills and experiences to achieve the end goal. Talent planning requires assessing current employees and unearthing the gaps to identify what’s needed to meet business demands. Specific and extensive knowledge and
What are the hallmarks of leadership? I have often asked myself this throughout my career journey as a technology leader. I place a high value on empathy, collaboration, passion and curiosity. In the health care industry that we all rely on, transformational leadership is a must. Few things about our
From sparking innovation to reducing operational inefficiencies, top organizational priorities in the modern era depend on one thing: data. Because of its ability to uncover blind spots and power decision-making, data helps organizations identify growth areas and progress toward their strategic goals. The catch? Turning raw numbers into useful, valuable