Meet David Steier
Director, Advanced Analytics and Modeling, Deloitte Consulting LLP
David Steier is a Director in Deloitte Consulting LLP’s U.S. Human Capital Practice in Actuarial, Risk and Advanced Analytics. David leads the Deloitte Analytics Solutions Group, whose goal is to build tools that accelerate the sales and delivery of business analytics engagements.
Using advanced analytic and visualization techniques, David’s team of specialists help clients across a variety of industries to solve some of their most complex technical problems. David especially enjoys working with teams that cross disciplinary boundaries and encouraging innovation to solve client problems. Most recently, David has been helping to develop Deloitte’s point of view around making Big Data work in the enterprise.
David has authored numerous publications and presentations in applications of advanced technology, including two books, a dozen journal papers, conference papers and workshop presentations.
David continues to hold strong ties to his alma mater, Carnegie Mellon University, where he not only received his doctorate but also served on the faculty for a number of years after graduation. David now proudly serves on the CMU School of Computer Science Alumni Advisory Board, and as an adjunct instructor at CMU’s Heinz School.
Latest Media Hits
5 compelling reasons why big data should have a human touch
Upstream Commerce | March 12, 2013
This article highlights the Deloitte Debate, “Does Big Data Still Need the Human Touch?” with perspective from David Steier.
Industry Perspective: Is there a data scientist shortage?
Govtech.com | December 7, 2012
David Steier discusses why there is currently limited availability for data scientists in the public and private sectors.
Hire a data science team, not a data scientist
Information Week | November 30, 2012
In this article, David Steier confers that assembling a group of talented people with diverse skills is the best way to meet your data science needs.
10 tips for data visualization
Public CIO | February 24, 2012
This article, co-authored by David Steier, outlines a more user-centric and outcome-centric approach to analytics design to visualize policy problems and guide executives toward better, faster, more informed decisions.