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A Framework for Data Transformation


Earlier in the year, we released our Guide to Data Maturity which delved into the various data maturity stages organizations go through, and DataCamp’s proprietary IPTOP framework for traversing different maturity stages.

In this webinar, DataCamp’s VP of Product Research, Ramnath Vaidyanathan, and Data Science Evangelist Adel Nehme will deep-dive into the IPTOP (Infrastructure, People, Tools, Organization, and Processes) framework and how it can be used to operationalize data-transformation programs.

Moreover, they’ll use industry-specific examples of data transformation programs in action coming from Financial Services, Government, Professional Services, and more. Finally, they’ll cap it off on how you can start leveraging this framework to scale data literacy throughout your organization.

Key Takeaways:

  • Understand the current state of data transformation, and the urgency of becoming data-driven

  • A detailed discussion of how you can leverage the IPTOP Framework (Infrastructure, People, Tools, Organization, and Processes)

  • Actionable steps that you can use to operationalize the IPTOP framework, to scale data literacy throughout your organization

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Adel Nehme

VP of Media at DataCamp

VP of Media at DataCamp | Host of the DataFramed podcast
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Ramnath Vaidyanathan

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