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Danielle Simkus
Danielle Simkus

Wine Australia

The Market Insights team at Wine Australia needed a tool to present and filter information to give grape and wine businesses the information they needed to make informed decisions. We worked with Wine Australia in a cross-functional team of data analysts, designers, data engineers, front-end web developers and delivery leads. Together we collaborated to create user-centred dashboards that are publicly available on their website.

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Sommer Deo
Sommer Deo

artisan

artisan is a not-for-profit organisation that engaged with Aginic to effectively measure the social and financial impact of their marketing efforts. Our solution, a social media and sales dashboard, helped the marketing team at artisan to make data-driven decisions on what events, products and creators to promote. 

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Mark Alexander
Mark Alexander

Predicting elite cricket performance with data science

Cricket Australia’s goal was to explore the value and possibility of accurately predicting elite batting performance in One Day International cricket (ODI) based on junior performance data. In practical terms, coaches wanted to explore if advanced analytics could assist them to identify which junior players may have the potential to become elite professional players in the future. We didn’t explore predictions of elite ODI bowling success due to the short time frame of the project.

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Felix Kiefer
Felix Kiefer

Assessments are not all bad

If you’re familiar with maturity assessments, you may have heard a few criticisms about their value and effectiveness. In Felix Kiefer's experience, what has been evident is that assessments that are owned by the team produce more value.

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James Hayes
James Hayes

Company restructure using a sorting hat

At Aginic, we’ve been organised into cross functional teams (or squads) for a few years now. It has helped us navigate through some turbulent times whilst staying closely connected and delivering great outcomes for our clients. However, having grown rapidly in the past 6 months, we decided it was time to spruce up our squad model and even allocations of who was in each squad. 

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Mark Alexander
Mark Alexander

Monde Nissin Australia

Aginic worked with Monde Nissin Australia in partnership with Microsoft to develop an automated analytics and reporting solution that enables Monde Nissin to manage its operations with greater insight, efficiency and precision. 

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Mark Boongaling
Mark Boongaling

We are part of something big

Mark Boongaling tells the story of our contribution to developing the eDash platform since he joined our team in late 2019. The eDash platform, developed in close collaboration with the Northern Territory Department of Education, has over the years evolved to create massive impact across a large range of education staff and most importantly, the students they serve.

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Margie Iliescu
Margie Iliescu

December Goodness round up

Late last year, the Aginic Team shared tips, tricks, articles and other content we discovered during 2021. So, in case you missed it, here’s a roundup of all that #DecemberGoodness! Enjoy!

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Daniel John
Daniel John

Intro to Kanban

Kanban is an Agile framework that focuses on flow and eliminating waste. It relies on complete transparency, not only in terms of communication, but work as well. Kanban is probably the biggest reason Post-it Notes are so tightly associated with Agile approaches. This is because at the core of the framework is the Kanban Board, a highly visible and accurate representation of work items and their current state. In the early days, these boards were created using sticky notes and markers, however, these days there are a significant number of digital tools to choose from.

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Daniel John
Daniel John

Intro to Agile

Agile can mean a lot of different things to a lot of different people. It's an overarching set of values that guides certain practices. In short, Agile should be considered as a set of guiding principles and values and not a framework, it does not provide a series of steps to follow.

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