Quick Data Lessons: Data Dredging

At Geckoboard, we’re on a mission to help people use data more simply and effectively. We’ve put together a series of quick lessons to help you spot fallacies in data ...

Quick Data Lessons: Cherry Picking

At Geckoboard, we’re on a mission to help people use data more simply and effectively. We’ve put together a series of quick lessons to help you spot fallacies in data ...

Quick Data Lessons: Survivorship Bias

At Geckoboard, we’re on a mission to help people use data more simply and effectively. We’ve put together a series of quick lessons to help you spot fallacies in data ...

When talking to our customers, I often find that one person in the company owns the dashboards. Usually, this is the person who initially brought them in, and they bec...

You’ve spent hours identifying the metrics that matter for your business or team and experimenting with data visualizations to create a dashboard that Stephen Few woul...

Earlier this year, we interviewed over twenty founders and CEOs of online businesses to understand their most pressing challenges and the resources they’ve found most ...

Last week, I wrote down lessons I’ve learned on what and when to delegate. Today, I want to talk about some of the hard lessons I’ve learned about how to delegate. I’m...

It was on St. Patrick’s Day seven years ago that I first had the idea for what would eventually become Geckoboard. And no, I hadn’t drunk too much Guinness. ;) From t...

As a company grows, communication becomes more complicated. Whirling around in a chair to communicate key points to your team one-on-one just doesn’t scale efficiently...

When joining Geckoboard to lead the marketing team just under a year ago, I wanted to provide a focus for the team. I’m a big believer that a team aligned and focused ...

This is the first in a series of blog posts where we’ll discuss different frameworks for setting goals and objectives for your startup or company. Prioritizing compan...

Goal-oriented organizations are twice as likely to hit their targets compared to other companies who aren’t setting and measuring goals. To clarify, being goal-oriente...