With 32 years’ service at IBM, my core strengths are in boiling down complexity, and developing and articulating a strategy grounded in facts.
My time at “Big Blue” has enabled me to work at scale, including, for example, strategic planning for a $2bn-per-year revenue UK services business, and leading a global sales coverage strategy and alignment of 40,000 sellers.
I’m skilled in a number of data science tools and techniques, and especially like to use “R” for its flexibility and power. R is an open source language for statistical computing and graphics supported by the R Foundation for Statistical Computing, and is widely used among statisticians and data miners.
To bring my work to life, I create my own graphic designs using the Adobe Creative Cloud including Illustrator and Photoshop.
I post-graduated with an MBA from Hult International Business School in London as the valedictorian for 2001. And I live in London.
This is a personal blog reflecting my interest in Data Science, and does not purport to speak or act on behalf of any other party. The Data Science Ethical Framework published by GOV.UK provides ethical guidance.