The Data Standard

Best modeling practices? with Dr. Maria Wang
Dr. Maria Wang, Advisor at the Harvard Business Review and some tech startups, sits down with TDS to discuss best modeling practices.

Episode Summary

The data in your data warehouse are only valuable if they are actually used. To make your data usable, you need to consider how the data are presented to end-users and how quickly users can answer their questions. In today’s world, businesses are continuously evolving. With changing times a wave of transformation be it digital, be it predictive forecasting, or building the agile ways of operations that will sustain in crisis, having your data structured in the right format and accurate with respect to changing needs of your business is of prime importance. Data modeling plays a crucial role in enabling business users to make more informed, and data-driven decisions are key to success. Data Modeling is a way to structure your data to be stored in a database, and the approaches define agility of the database, query performance and value add to the information being extracted. In this episode, guest Dr. Maria Wang sits down with TDS to discuss best modeling practices and also cover some guidelines on how to build better data models that are more maintainable, more useful, and more performant.

Meet The Host

Catherine Tao

Data scientist at The Data Standard

Catherine Tao is a tech enthusiast looking for new methods for building connections with businesses around the world. Her extensive knowledge of data science allowed her to develop new solutions and implement them into existing ecosystems. She is currently working as a Data scientist and Exclusive Podcast Producer at The Data Standard.

Meet The Guest

Dr. Maria Wang

Advisor at the Harvard Business Review and some tech startups

A seasoned leader passionate about guiding and supporting businesses to achieve ambitious growth target and purposeful goals through commercial transformation in Pricing, Revenue Management, data-fueled Marketing and Sales transformation, leveraging both best-in-class business strategy and data science.