Lawless Data: A World Without Data Governance
Does data run lawless in your credit union or does it operate under a set of strict guidelines? Data analyst Sarah Ashby argues that without strong governance, our data becomes chaos and makes it nearly impossible to yield successful results.
Code Books: The Key to Unlocking Your Data
Whether we are aware of them or not, we use codes constantly in our everyday lives, and credit unions are no different. George Hopper explains why cultivating a code book is beneficial for your credit union, your data, and your members.
The Risks and Rewards of Biometric Data
While biometric data can reduce the risk of fraud, credit unions and other financial institutions need to take steps to reduce risk and ensure the protection of said data, says Patrick Sickels.
Data Presentation: It’s Not All About Making It Pretty
Data analyst Sarah Ashby warns against getting lost in the aesthetics of data presentation, which can often overshadow or even hinder the true point the data is meant to convey.
Should We Shift Our Focus to Agile Data?
Keegan Daniel reflects on the concept of agile data and how it might be more useful to credit unions than standard data collection and analysis.