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The Learning Leader's Guide to Data Fluency



Earlier this year, the world economic forum released a report on upskilling for shared prosperity. It was a call to action stating that closing the skills gap could add up between 5 to 6.5 trillion US dollars to global GDP by 2030. Now more than ever, organizations of all types are looking at learning and development as a significant lever for growth.

As organizations look to foster the future of skills of their people, data skills stand out as the differentiator between organizations that will lead in the digital revolution and those that will lag behind. In this webinar, we’ll describe what is a data fluent organization and address all the key data fluency competency areas they should look to foster. We will also break down crucial data roles L&D teams should look to cultivate and upskill and provide actionable steps to start your data analytics learning and development journey.

Key Takeaways:

  • What are the key data fluency competency areas found within every data-driven organization?

  • What are the data roles L&D leaders should cultivate and upskill to drive organizational growth?

  • Actionable steps to scale your data analytics L&D program

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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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