Many organisations have a goal to be data-driven, making significant investments in data technologies, with more than $1trillion of investments in data technologies forecast for this year. But, according to Gartner (the global research and advisory firm) 80% of data investments fail to meet the expectations of leaders.
In this workshop you’ll explore what’s meant by terms like data-driven, and identify more tangible business impacts, like improved decision making.
You’ll explore what we mean by culture – mindsets, behaviours and ways of working – and identify the changes you may need to make in your business.
Lastly, you’ll discover the four data roles leaders need to adopt to develop a data-driven organisation, assessing which area you’re strong in, and which you could improve on.
Who is this for?
Anyone contributing to, or leading their organisation’s data literacy (or data culture) efforts.
When is the workshop?
October 26th 2021 @ 09:30 (BST) for 2 hours
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What is ODI Learning Month?
National Learning and Development Month is a global event celebrated every October, that encourages people to learn and build brand new skills. In support and celebration of this, the ODI has our very own Learning Month that we run in tandem, ahead of our annual summit.
Each year we focus on different topics. This year to coincide with the theme of Summit 2021, we’ll be looking at how we’ve all become ‘data people’ – more conscious than ever of the data we produce, use and share. Our three key areas of education will be: Building healthy open data ecosystems, Leading data transformation, and Data governance and ethics. All brought to you via a mix of training, webinars, and podcasts.
Our one-off programme has been created exclusively for Learning Month, and all of the training is available at a subsidised price. All the more reason to get stuck in – and get learning!