Mike Miller | Understanding stakeholder tendencies
17 February 2022, 05 pm

Mike Miller | Understanding stakeholder tendencies

Vice President and Data Science Team Leader at Engine

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We were joined by Mike Miller, Vice President and Data Science Team Leader at Engine, to discuss the most important things going in data science leadership.

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Featured in this episode
Rachael Dempsey
Rachael DempseyHost
Community Manager at RStudio
I love connecting people across the data science community to share what they're accomplishing with data and help others do the same through community discussions, industry meetups, and more.
Mike Miller
Mike MillerGuest
Vice President and Data Science Team Leader at Engine
Vice President of Data Science at ENGINE Insights. He is passionate about driving business outcomes through primary research, data and alternative data solutions as well as statistical analysis.

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