In my experience, some of the most talented analytics professionals I’ve managed were ones that had intimate knowledge of the system limitations required to meet customer needs.

These individuals came from a variety of roles, some from engineering, and others from customer service roles. Their strength was in forming specific hypotheses to pinpoint customer experience issues and then leveraging their curiosity to do whatever it took, including learning new statistical techniques and programming languages, to address the project need.

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