Data literacy: The hidden key to becoming a data-driven organization
Building a Data Literacy Program from the Ground Up
A recent survey shows that 39% of business domain experts don’t fully know what being data-driven actually means—even as businesses around the world rush to embrace this term.
Being data-driven requires, in part, empowering your line-of-business employees with the technology and understanding they need to pull data and insights on their own. By creating this culture of data self-service, you’ll be able to create data insights organically even as you allow your data scientists and IT team to focus on more ambitious projects.
But how can you actually do this?
Read on to learn how building an effective data literacy program allows your company to be data-driven from the ground up.