Video: Connecting data literacy to business strategy
Aligning data literacy with business strategy can identify skill gaps and clarify the best places to invest in learning and capacity development, but where do you start.
Our expert panel discusses what data literacy means to them and their business, how it can be defined in society and why leadership engagement is crucial to changing your organisation’s culture.
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