- by BethSchultz, Blogger
- 10/31/2013 9:53:11 AM
@tomsg, did the company always have a centralized team or did it arrive at that decision and evolve toward it? I'm curious is you have any lessons learned to share about that process if so.
- by tomsg, Data Doctor
- by Lyndon_Henry, Blogger
- 10/30/2013 9:18:17 PM
This article made me reflect about the Texas Advanced Computing Center I wrote about recently -- the place that had the super data visualizations of urban planning alternatives. When I think about it, the TACC would fit the model of a really, really big team, as Peter Guerra was describing.
Centralized data science teams: These teams tend to be on the larger side, comprising computer scientists, mathematicians, and domain experts who rotate in and out from different parts of the business on a project-by-project basis. ...
Business unit data science teams: In this model, "tiny different data science teams are dispersed throughout the organization." This model tends to spring up at organizations that already have different analytics groups within business units.
I can't quite fit the TACC totally into either model. Maybe it's a big conbination of both...
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