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Finding Your Why

This data was originally featured in the May 15th, 2024 newsletter found here: INBOX INSIGHTS, MAY 15, 2024: FINDING YOUR WHY, MARKETING HIRING SLUMP CONTINUES FINDING YOUR “WHY” AND MANAGING EXPECTATIONS Expectations are a funny thing. The ones we put on ourselves, and the ones that others put on us. It’s easy to fall into […]

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Being data driven

Being Data-Driven

This data was originally featured in the May 8th, 2024 newsletter found here: INBOX INSIGHTS, MAY 8, 2024: BEING DATA-DRIVEN, AI HALLUCINATIONS DO I STILL NEED TO BE DATA-DRIVEN? Why are we obsessed with being data-driven? Does it matter? Does it actually give us a competitive advantage? Where does AI fit in? Being “data-driven” is […]

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AI Ethics

AI Ethics

This content was originally featured in the May 1st, 2024 newsletter found here: INBOX INSIGHTS, MAY 1, 2024: AI ETHICS, MODEL TUNING HELPFUL, HONEST, HARMLESS Are you using Generative AI? That sounds like the start of a sales pitch, doesn’t it? It’s not. I promise. I genuinely want to know if you’re using Generative AI. […]

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The Prompt Engineering Life Cycle

This data was originally featured in the April 17th, 2024 newsletter found here: INBOX INSIGHTS, APRIL 17, 2024: THE PROMPT ENGINEERING LIFE CYCLE, USING ANALYTICS WITH AI This week, Chris asked if I could speak about how prompt engineering fits into the software development life cycle (SDLC). It’s an interesting question to tackle. This either […]

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AI Data Governance

This data was originally featured in the April 3rd, 2024 newsletter found here: INBOX INSIGHTS, APRIL 4, 2024: AI DATA GOVERNANCE, GENERATIVE AI LANGUAGE TASKS HOW GOOD IS YOUR DATA GOVERNANCE? Last week, Harvard Business Review asked the question, “Is your company’s data ready for Generative AI?” Because I work with a variety of clients, […]

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The 5P Framework

This data was originally featured in the March 27th, 2024 newsletter found here: INBOX INSIGHTS, MARCH 27, 2024: THE 5P FRAMEWORK, AI CONTENT GAP ANALYSIS THE 5P FRAMEWORK – WHERE IT BEGAN Last week I had the realization that a lot of us come to – just because I know something well doesn’t mean everyone […]

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Women’s History Month

This content was originally featured in the March 20th, 2024 newsletter found here: INBOX INSIGHTS, MARCH 20, 2024: WOMEN’S HISTORY MONTH, GENERATIVE AI FOR JOB INTERVIEWS HIGHLIGHTING WOMEN FOR WOMEN’S HISTORY MONTH It’s Women’s History Month. We get really excited about it at the start of March, and then it drops off. We get busy […]

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User Stories Deep Dive

If you’re new to Trust Insights, welcome! User Stories are one of my favorite forms of communication. If you’re not new, thanks for returning. You already know that my love language is user stories. I realized, however, that I haven’t done a deep dive into why user stories are so effective. Well, buckle up, that […]

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The Problem With Using Jargon – Part 1

This content was originally featured in the February 14th, 2024 newsletter found here: INBOX INSIGHTS, FEBRUARY 14, 2024: THE PROBLEM WITH JARGON, GA4 DIAGNOSTICS Jargon can make people feel less intelligent. Sometimes it’s weaponized to keep people down. Many who use it struggle to communicate without it. Being in business and tech, I run into […]

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New Tech Doesn’t Solve Old Problems

This content was originally featured in the January 31, 2024 newsletter found here: INBOX INSIGHTS, JANUARY 31, 2024: NEW TECH DOESN’T SOLVE OLD PROBLEMS, FACT CHECKING DATA NEW TECHNOLOGY DOESN’T SOLVE OLD PROBLEMS New technology doesn’t solve old problems. It doesn’t. If anything, it exacerbates existing issues by adding complexity or masking underlying problems. If […]

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