Learn how to judge work based on its neatness. It is important how the presentation of results and the record of files is critical as a measure of performance.
- I'm sure you've heard the phrase … that perception is reality. … And this is why neatness is an important way … to evaluate data project work. … Although you might not think this sounds terribly important, … the perception around your work will be influenced … by how people perceive that work. … This means if your presentation doesn't look great, … if your spreadsheets or other inputs don't look clean … and people can't read them, … they might assume that there's inaccuracy in your analysis, … that there's something wrong, … or that there could be completeness problems. … So even though neatness sounds like … something you might be graded on elementary school … like the quality of your penmanship, … in business and in data analysis, … the appearance of your final deliverable will cast … a shadow or a halo on the work you've done. … And of course, after having done the data analysis, … you want people to perceive it positively. … This is why neatness is one of the four ways … that I evaluate the work of my people, …
Note: This course was created by Jason Schenker. We are pleased to host this training in our library.
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