Learn how to prioritize sharing the big picture with those working with data. It can be easy to lose sight of the main objectives. Discover how to share the purpose of the work with the analysts or to ask what the purpose is if you are one of the analysts.
- Whenever you're working with data … or other people are working with you on data, … it can be very easy to lose sight of the big picture. … This is why it's really important to make sure … you communicate what is going on with your data project. … What are the goals? … What are you trying to get to? … Why are you using the data you're using? … All of those things are really important. … Just having people push forward without knowing … what the bigger purpose is can make it very difficult … for people to connect with the work that they're doing, … and this work can be sometimes quite complicated … and you get really in the weeds. … But making sure people always see that big picture … is something that can help them push forward … and it can help them identify where maybe … something was overlooked in the data, … but they wouldn't know to watch out for things … if they don't know the real goal of the project. … So make sure you communicate the big picture … of whatever data analysis you're doing with your team …
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