BI Design PDP

This page contains the different roles within the BI Design path. Choose the relevant role you want to learn about.¬† ūüĒô

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Associate BI Design
BI Design
Experienced BI Design
Senior BI Design
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Business impact and leadership
Professional skills
Collaboration and communication
Culture and maturity

Associate BI Design

Professional Path
Business impact and leadership

General Impact Level – Per Task assigned, small but consistent impact.

Behaviors

  • Most of tasks are not complex – only one domain involved, very specific and has a strong guidelines, with minimal amount of external stakeholders
  • Ability to learn a new domain – with high assistance, low understanding of the domains global KPIs
  • Inititatives / prioritization¬† – expected on the MICRO level only (i.e. improvement to a script)
Professional skills

SQL , Data Viz, Scheduling , Problem solver (VC), DWH, Mistakes-happen.

Behaviors

  • SQL – Ability to write simple queries to respond to majority of basic requests (incl. window functions)
  • Data Viz – Basic familiarity with different tools
  • Scheduling – Understanding of how it works (regadless of the tool)
  • Problem solver (VC) – Ability to fix problem upon request
  • DWH – Basic understanding (=What)
  • Mistakes – Happen – takes responsibility and fixes
Collaboration and communication

Communicating with other teams, Team Player, Leadership/Responsibility, Reporting (i.e. Captain Log, success stories etc), Feedback, Raising Flags.

Behaviors

  • Communicating with other teams (especially outside of Data Org) – At least with a senior/TL participation
  • Team Player – Contributing to team’s professional activities (as in “participation”)
  • Leadership/Responsibility – Basic ability to lead a simple task
  • Reporting (i.e. Captain Log, success stories etc) – Basic reporting on the team/group level (both verbally and written)
  • Feedback – Receives from various stakeholders, learns upon such feedback
  • Raising Flags – Own tasks only
Culture and maturity

High level –¬†Relates to our culture and proactively trying to practice it. Learns our culture, speaks instances of the culture.

Behaviors

  • Takes pleasure and pride in their craft
  • Own their mistakes, strives for feedback
  • Doer, biased for action and not taking advisory role
  • Translates challenge into actions
  • Wants to be exceptional (not aiming for ‚Äújust good‚ÄĚ)

Examples

  • Actively shares their mistakes in a team retro
  • Creates Captain‚Äôs log
  • Proactively checks the impact of their tasks in BigBrain

BI Design

Professional Path
Business impact and leadership

General Impact Level – Per Task assigned, adds value to the company performance.

Behaviors

  • Most of tasks are not complex – a few domains involved, with minimal amount of external stakeholders. Understands the main monday KPIs and familiar with the domains KPIs. Able to understand each tasks impact on the company and domains’ KPIs.¬† Can prioritize according to it.¬†

  • Ability to learn a new domain – with moderate assistance. Should consult only after self deep investigation.

  • Inititatives / prioritization¬† – expected on the MICRO level and partially for a basic MACRO level too. Bring new ideas and opinions.¬†

Professional skills

SQL , Data Viz, Scheduling , Problem solver (VC), DWH, Mistakes-happen.

Behaviors

  • SQL – Ability to write complex enough queries to respond to majority of requests (incl. window functions).
  • Data Viz – Proper Viz for internal usage with any tool. Can easily learn new tools.
  • Scheduling – Understanding of how it works (regadless of the tool).
  • Problem solver (VC) – Ability to fix problem upon request.
  • DWH – Basic understanding (=What).
  • Mistakes – Happen – takes responsibility and fixes.
Collaboration and communication

Communicating with other teams, Team Player, Leadership/Responsibility, Reporting (i.e. Captain Log, success stories etc), Feedback, Raising Flags.

Behaviors

  • Communicating with other teams (especially outside of Data Org) – At least with a senior/TL participation
  • Team Player – Contributing to team’s professional activities (as in “participation”)
  • Leadership/Responsibility – Basic ability to lead a simple task
  • Reporting (i.e. Captain Log, success stories etc) – Basic reporting on the team/group level (both verbally and written)
  • Feedback – Receives from various stakeholders, learns upon such feedback
  • Raising Flags – Own tasks only
Culture and maturity

High level –¬†Highly aligned with the company‚Äôs culture and practices it in the day-to-day.

Behaviors and examples

  • Takes pleasure and pride in their craft
  • Own their mistakes, strives for feedback
  • Doer, biased for action and not taking advisory role
  • Translates challenge into actions
  • Wants to be exceptional (not aiming for ‚Äújust good‚ÄĚ)
  • Actively drives alignment and motivate the team towards your team’s mission goal

Experienced BI Design

Professional Path
Business impact and leadership

General Impact Level – General impact on the whole domain / area of responsibility, outside of task list, adds significant value to the company performance.

Behaviors

  • Dealing with complex tasks – Taking on complex tasks with a Senior/TL assistance
  • Ability to learn a new domain – Alone (assuming proper documentation)
  • Inititatives / prioritization¬† – Expected on the MACRO level as well (i.e. challenging/pivoting a cross-company task)
Professional skills

SQL , Data Viz, Scheduling , Problem solver (VC), DWH, Mistakes-happen.

Behaviors

  • SQL – Ability to generate complex enough queries to tackle BI team challenges, Doing code review to others and suggest ways of improving code performance and correctness.
  • Data Viz¬† – High-Level of viz with the main tool, good knowledge of the rest
  • Scheduling¬† – Ability to schedule and fix most of regular jobs
  • Problem solver (VC) – Ability to recognize it by yourself and fix majority of issues
  • DWH¬† – Ability to participate in the design or code-review (=How and Why)
  • Mistakes-Happen – Less common, mostly in edge cases and under tight schedules
Collaboration and communication

Communicating with other teams, Team Player, Leadership/Responsibility, Reporting (i.e. Captain Log, success stories etc), Feedback, Raising Flags.

Behaviors

  • Communicating with other teams – Ability to start and lead such a communication, incl. when dealing with management level
  • Team Player – Team success before personal one, “Team First” mindset
  • Leadership/Responsibility – Ability to lead cross-company efforts, taking into consideration cost vs impact, delivery times etc., knows how to dig in to the real need of a business challenge by asking the right questions, apply critical thinking methodology
  • Reporting – Ability to assist younger colleagues with their reporting
  • Feedback¬† – Turns it into cross-company knowledge, provides feedback in a manner that keeps the other side to grow professionally, has the ability to show flexibility and not to be “married” to initial ideas
  • Raising flags – Cross-team with an ability to recognize design failures and not only bad results
Culture and maturity

High level РCommunicates and drives the company’s culture in the team.

 

Behaviors and examples

  • Founder approach – become a safety net in the domain, cares as if it’s their own¬†
  • Acts as a buddy for new employees, manifests mondays culture and values in an accessible level for new joiners¬†
  • Feels responsible for all of the team projects¬†
  • Inspires the team with a ‚Äėcan do‚Äô approach, focuses on how to achieve the goal and not on if we can achieve them. Winner state of mind¬†
  • Silos breaker¬†
  • Learns from successes and failures, manage to get the learnings in respect to our culture

Senior BI Design

Professional Path
Business impact and leadership

General Impact Level – Cross-company level (i.e KPIs that are used on the company level (not only domain one) – including own initiatives.

Behaviors

  • Dealing with complex tasks – taking on complex tasks alone, ability to assist juniors with such tasks
  • Ability to learn a new domain – ability to create new domain
  • Initiatives / prioritization¬† – not only expected, but required, i.e. those initiatives should lead to new team tasks and goals (not only for that person)
  • Defines how success looks like and why each task is important
  • Looks back on the achievements, challenges them and triggers discussions and proactively seeks guidance from their team
Professional skills

SQL , Data Viz, Scheduling , Problem solver (VC), DWH, Mistakes-happen.

Behaviors

  • SQL – Performance and Cost optimization, data structure understanding etc
  • Data Viz¬† – Ability to create great reports per request, using advanced features and design capabilities
  • Scheduling¬† – Deep understanding of tools and concepts, including most complex jobs and issues
  • Problem solver (VC) – Ability to recognize issue before it happens, finding complex edge cases, even as early as in design stage
  • DWH – Ability to lead a new DWH (say, Mart) from zero
  • Mistakes – Finds more mistakes for others than does by himself/herself
  • Full responsibility + retro
Collaboration and communication

Communicating with other teams, Team Player, Leadership/Responsibility, Reporting (i.e. Captain Log, success stories etc), Feedback, Raising Flags.

Behaviors

  • Communicating with other teams – Ability to start and lead such a communication, incl. when dealing with management level
  • Team Player – Team success before personal one, “Team First” mindset
  • Leadership/Responsibility – Ability to lead cross-company efforts, taking into consideration cost vs impact, delivery times etc., knows how to dig in to the real need of a business challenge by asking the right questions, apply critical thinking methodology
  • Reporting – Ability to assist younger colleagues with their reporting
  • Feedback – Turns it into cross-company knowledge, provides feedback in a manner that keeps the other side to grow professionally, has the ability to show flexibility and not to be “married” to initial ideas
  • Raising flags – Cross-team with an ability to recognize design failures and not only bad results
Culture and maturity

High level – A culture influencer, accountable for the culture in their domain and influences on other domains.

Behaviors and examples

  • Proactively identifies and solves culture issues in the domain
  • Rock solid behavior on crisis events, proactively engages others to create a positive and engaging atmosphere¬†
  • Takes steps that drives others to take actions to improve our culture¬†
  • Engage with the community and shares the knowledge externally¬†¬†
  • Knows to empathize with a challenged colleague’s situation and assist in bridging the gap¬†
  • Inspires people outside of their domain with a ‚Äėcan do‚Äô approach, focuses on how to achieve the goal before the obstacles¬†

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Business impact and leadership
Professional skills
Collaboration and communication
Culture and maturity

Not yet available in this path.

Business impact and leadership
Professional skills
Collaboration and communication
Culture and maturity