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Blog Posts by Lise Massey

Understanding How Oil & Gas Companies Can Leverage Data as One of Its Most Valuable Commodities. The Oil & Gas Industry (O&G) is fundamentally based on the ability to explore, locate, and extract valuable assets from the ground. In the…

How the Department of Energy Uses Data And Analytics to Help Organizations Recognize New Opportunities and Reduce Spend This post is the third piece in a series examining some of the U.S. Federal Agencies and the interesting data and analytics…

Last month I published a high-level overview of some of the important data and analytics initiatives that were happening in the Federal Government by providing some background details on the Federal CDO Council which is made up of 79 different…

Last month I wrote about the impact and benefit of taking a human-centered design approach when designing new products and technology solutions. The topic was a slight shift from my focus on exploring different examples where the public sector is…
I had the opportunity to attend the 2021 Women In Analytics conference on February 10-11 and was excited to connect with a fantastic community of women that are doing some pretty impressive things in data and analytics. Similar to other…
Last year, I kicked off my blog series, Analytics State of Mind, to examine some of the intriguing analytics projects that were taking place outside of the private sector. With a significant uptick in the hiring of local and state…
IIA recently published a free eBook and longer research brief (note: the brief is only available to IIA clients) on Creating a Data Strategy; included is a 10-step framework that provides organizations insight into what’s needed to build a comprehensive…
Earlier this year, I wrote about the City of San Francisco and how its CDO, Joy Bonaguro led a massive enterprise training program to boost data literacy about five years ago. The SF Data Academy was designed to train the…
I’m a native Oregonian and my heart is broken after seeing so many of the beautiful spaces that I have explored throughout my life disappear over the past week. The loss of life, displacement of thousands of Oregonians (at least…