Learn how to judge work based on its timeliness. It is important that analysis and modeling are done on time.
- Another critical way … that you need to evaluate data projects is timeliness. … Were the milestones you set out as part of the data project … all completed on time? … And most importantly, … was the project completed before the deadline … that your manager, stakeholders, or clients expected? … Being sure to under-promise and over-deliver … is a core piece of all evaluation related to data analysis. … That means whether you're doing a project … or you're leading a project of team members, … you need to make sure … that whatever deadline your end customer has in mind, … that you will meet or beat that deadline. … Doing things early is always better. … And allowing for time in case something goes wrong … is important to making sure that you can meet timeliness. … But no matter whether you leave extra time in your plan … or if you just hit your deadline on time, … know that you will be evaluated on timeliness, … and that if you have team members working for you, … they should know that being on time …
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