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Giving meaning to data
It’s a treasure that’s both priceless and unexpected. The data provided by our tools and our users have the power to shape the future. At the Data Lab, it’s up to Lucile and her colleagues to give meaning to the data, to polish this rough diamond and give it its brilliance and clarity.
As a Data Scientist, Lucile uncovers the data’s strategic value. After running a diagnostic on a given subject (an evaluation of ecological policies, for example), she not only puts the data to work for the solutions to be implemented within the group, but also sees the project through to delivery. Data Science concerns every aspect of the bank of tomorrow. That’s why the Data Lab is in constant contact with the business.
This cross-organizational role satisfies both Lucile’s curiosity and her ability to continuously explore new subjects, as well as her rigor in response to the scope of the issues she encounters.
A sector as innovative as this means day-to-day learning.
Data is a sector that moves fast – very fast. And to get ahead of the issues before they even arise, Lucile stays in perpetual learning mode. Note to the self-taught: here, we discover new things on a daily basis.
But beyond self-paced training, the Group is also there to support Lucile and helps her develop her skills and stay on top of the latest innovations.
Mastering new technologies is also part of our day-to-day. “We just finished a project on machine learning,” Caroline, a Business Analyst, says proudly. Being a part of the Data team means always feeling like you’re ahead of your time, if not setting its pace.
Caroline, Business Analyst and Project Manager
Taking on just causes:
In her new missions, Lucile has associated convictions and vocation: she’s had to build a new Data Lab that places social and ecological responsibilities at the heart of its challenges. The result: new opportunities for activism while shaping the bank of tomorrow.
Caroline loves “spreading her wings cross-organizationally” and working on multiple aspects of life at the Société Générale Group. She regularly takes part in events organized by the Group’s Women in Data Science collective, which seeks to inspire and support women in this domain.
Thriving at the office and at home
Working in a dynamic sector that’s booming doesn’t mean all things professional replace your personal life!
“We’ve all learned to set boundaries,” says Lucile. “My manager told me, ‘I have a life outside of work, and I don’t see why that should be any different for you’”.
Though it’s sometimes hard to let go of an exciting subject, the entire team is there to show the example.