JADE stands for the
Junior Analytics Development Experience and is a
training program that runs inside enterprise organizations.
JADE has a few core objectives:
- Get more people into the analytics ecosystem
- Allow the
juniorto learn on the job while
- Create a
growthculture inside of large enterprise organizations
- Begin a cycle of
juniors becoming seniorsthat then
repaythe favor and
mentor the next batchof juniors
Quick definitions, a jadster is someone who is going through the program. A buddy or mentor is someone running / managing the program.
For Fresh Graduates:
JADE jobs will give you an easy transition from university into the work world.
Following a month long training, you can expect to be partnered up with a mentor working on projects closely related to the role you’ve been hired into.
Meaning you’ll get to see (and question) what the best process, ettiqute and/or standards look like before you are expected to deliver anything.
For Smart Organizations:
Running JADE will require deep coordination between team managers and “buddies” (seniors within the team) in order to ensure the program successfully onboards the jadster.
The regular methods of recruiting and budgeting will not change, any advertisement of the role should be directed at boot camps and universities.
Once the jadsters start, they’ll be taken through a four week training program intended to give them an overview of the job they’ve been hired to do.
The recommended approach is to only spend 3-4 hours a day going over material and the rest of the time leaving the jadsters to get hands on and learn through trial and error.
The contents of the program can and will change depending on the path they intend to take,