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The People & Organization Components of Data Maturity


As a foundational element of the IPTOP framework, investing in people’s capabilities and ability to work with data in their day-to-day is paramount for ensuring all other investments in becoming data-driven have a return on investment.

Throughout the session, the third one in our Data Maturity webinar series, we outline how to accelerate data culture and literacy across the maturity spectrum, examples of upskilling programs that work for data skills, how to drive excitement around upskilling, how to organize data teams across maturity stages, and more.

Key takeaways:

  • A detailed overview of how People, are the most important component of the data maturity framework

  • Discussions on how to accelerate data literacy and culture within an organization

  • Examples of upskilling programs that work for data skills

Please make sure to watch the other sessions in our Data Maturity webinar series:

(1) The Five Dimensions of Data Maturity

(2) The Infrastructure Component of Data Maturity

(3) The Tools and Processes Components of Data Maturity

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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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