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    • PROJECT DATA ANALYTICS COMMUNITY

      FOUNDED BY PROJECTING SUCCESS

      We have a bold vision and need your help. Imagine a world where we are able to collect, map and analyse the data that is acquired in the course of project delivery and use the insights from this data to deliver future projects more efficiently. A world where we reduce the probability of an adverse event that could de-rail the project that costs lives, sinks the company and creates untold reputation damage. Even better if we can get to a position where we are able to avoid the avoidable.

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      It sounds easy doesn't it? But it's certainly not an easy path to follow. The lack of organisational imperative, volume of data, data quality and commitment to change makes this a tough vision to deliver.

      But by working together, sharing good practice, illustrating the art of the possible, pooling data and upskilling project delivery professionals, the vision becomes achievable. This is what our community is about.

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      Project Hack,Project Meetup & Project Pluggedin

      PROJECT:HACK

      For those interested in getting practical hands on experience with project data analytics and unlocking its potential via a weekend investment of time.

      Project:Hack takes place 3 weekends per year and brings together business analysts, project delivery experts and data scientists / analysts to push boundaries and develop innovative solutions to enhance project delivery outcomes. Work as part of a team to tackle real world industry challenges using datasets from major players. Win thousands of pounds worth of prizes.

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      PROJECT:MEETUP

      For those interested in exploring the benefits and utilities of productionised project data products provided by innovative organisations.

      The Project Data Analytics meetups are designed to show real industry case studies of where data analytics has applied through an hourly event. The events occur twice a month on the second and fourth wednesdays. All community news and updates are discussed to ensure you don't miss out.

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      PROJECT:PLUGGEDIN

      For those interested in exploring success stories and discussing within project data analytics without having to invest huge amounts of effort and time.

      Project:Pluggedin is an event centered around the latest and greatest developments in the field of project data analytics to keep you plugged in. Short. sharp 15 min case studies and demos.

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    • UPCOMING EVENTS & NEWS
    • Analysing and Visualising Project Data in Power BI and Excel

      22 September 2021, 05:30 PM    07:00 PM
      RSVP HERE - https://bit.ly/3ma2pKf Project data is different from ordinary data; there is more qualitative data and fewer quantitative measures. Timelines are really important and there are many more dates; e.g. project and task start, and completion, milestone dates. This creates challenges in analysing the data. For example we often need to calculate what happens between two dates rather than on a date. What we measure is also different, capacity, availability and demand, as well as the t

      Sophie Khan
      Sophie Khan
      Community Calendar

      Project:Hack11

      07 October 2021, 08:00 AM    08 October 2021, 08:00 AM
      Project:Hack is the leading community event for helping to transform how we deliver projects via data. Get involved and make a difference.   Welcome to Project:Hack 11 - our first in person hack in a long time! Project:Hack11 will be held at The Hallam Conference Centre, Marlyebone, London   Win prizes worth thousands of pounds, Project:Hack10 had £5000! Opportunities to network and impress organisations such as NHS, Mace, MPA, Sir Robert McAlpine and a whole host o

      Sophie Khan
      Sophie Khan
      Community Calendar

      The Project Data Analytics Starter Kit: Getting to Grips with Data in 2021

      09 November 2021, 12:00 PM    02:00 PM
      After a very successful 2 prior events, we bring to you the 3rd and final 2021 Project Data Analytics Starter Kit with James Smith, PhD on November 9th. He will be walking you through all the components of project data analytics, through the lens of a project delivery professional. Many existing roles will look radically different in a few years time; for some it will be a matter of adapt or become obsolete. Project Data Analytics can be used to support project delivery through: • Antici

      Sophie Khan
      Sophie Khan
      Community Calendar
    • COMMUNITY INSIGHTS
    • My journey, From Data Student to Project:Hack Veteran

      My name is Alex, an MSc Data Science postgraduate student with Robert Gordon University in Aberdeen and member of the teams that achieved 2nd and 3rd place in Project:Hack 8 and Project:Hack 9 respectively.  Having graduated in law, worked in banking and asset management, and then pursued a master’s degree in data science, I love walking out of my little domain bubble. What are other companies doing, what are other industries doing and how are they doing it? You never know what you are goin

      Amena Zepherin
      Amena Zepherin
      Community Insights

      How I became a Data Evangelist

      If you’d ask me 6 months ago what a data analyst did, I would've given you a shrug at best, but after the intensive week involving a crash course in Python Scripting and Power BI followed by my first Hackathon, I think I’ve turned into a data evangelist.    Apprentices can take advantage of the Government Apprenticeship Levy, enabling them to get advanced analytics training at no cost to themselves or their employers.  I previously spent two days at Project:Hack as a complete novi

      Amena Zepherin
      Amena Zepherin
      Community Insights

      My Apprenticeship Journey

      I’m loving learning about data analytics in a well-structured way. I’ve tried learning more about data analytics before but there’s so much information out there and it’s difficult to separate the good from the bad. Before the apprenticeship, I struggled with Data visualisation and Python but now I have developed a great love for both. The tutors explained all the concepts in an understandable way and the lessons were very rewarding.  I have already completely changed careers to be much mor

      Amena Zepherin
      Amena Zepherin
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