16 Apr 2019 14:00:00 +0000[[[EVENTEND]]][[[LOCATIONNAME]]]The Studio[[[LOCATIONNAME]]][[[LOCATIONADDR]]]Loughborough Science & Enterprise Park
Learn how you can help your people to become more data literate so that your business can embrace new digital opportunities in this valuable lunchtime workshop led by Peter Dean of BIAS
The demands of our digital society are driving the exponential growth of data and creating completely new digital business models. Companies that fail to embrace the digital opportunities are unlikely to succeed for too long in the ever-increasing competitive world.
Data can be used to improve all aspects of a company’s operations but as many employees are becoming over-whelmed information overflow, helping them become more data literate will drive benefits throughout the whole organisation.
Data Literacy has been described as ‘the ability to read, work with, analyse and argue with data’.
This does not mean that everyone needs to be a data scientist, but everyone does need to be data literate to enhance their existing workplace skills.
In this lunchtime workshop we will explore how to implement strategies for addressing the ever-widening Data Literacy gap with examples of how this will drive value to your bottom line.
The topics will cover:
+ Key data literacy principles
+ Understanding the benefits of implementing programmes
+ Assessing your data literacy index
+ Starting a Data Literacy project
+ Leading conversations with data
For more information, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org