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Avoiding Pitfalls in Data Democratization


Democratizing data insights is crucial for any organization looking to become data-driven. Many data leaders in organization small or large are tasked with enabling their teams with self-service analytics, broadening data insights, and scaling a data culture. What are the common pitfalls data leaders can expect on this journey?

Answering these questions is Jorge Vasquez. Jorge is the Director of Analytics at DataCamp. Over his professional career, Jorge has led, scaled and democratized analytics at the organizations he’s served.

Throughout the webinar, we’ll be tackling common pitfalls in democratizing data such as lack of data culture, choosing the ideal data stack, how to engage with the wider organization, and more.

Key Takeaways

  • Common pitfalls when democratizing data and analytics within the organization

  • Best practices in building a data-informed culture

  • Tactical insights for driving adoption of data and analytics within the organization

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Richie Cotton

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Jorge Vasquez

Director of Analytics at DataCamp

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