A key purpose of data is to empower organizations to make smarter decisions to reach their business objectives... Empower your workforce to understand how to ask questions, execute, and then iterate.
Data literacy creates comfort and confidence for individuals to work and be successful in this day and age.
Data literacy starts with 3 key components, they are the 3 'C's of being data literate: Be curious, be creativity and think critically.
Data literacy and becoming fluent with data analysis is something we can pursue as individuals, whereas being data-driven is something we can pursue at an organizational level.
To begin creating a data literacy programme in your organization, find buy-in from peers and leaders that work closely with data. Create a pilot-program as proof of the value data literacy can have for the organization. If successful, you will have much more success presenting the programme to senior leadership.
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