Data Literacy Program
Connecting data, people and decisions
poor data literacy is the 2nd biggest roadblock to the success of becoming data-driven
If you are wondering, The Biggest roadblock is lack of the right data and analytics organizational structure
data-driven organizations are...
more likely to acquire customers
as likely to retain those customers
as likely to be profitable
According to Gartner by 2023, data literacy will become an explicit and necessary driver of business value.
Data literacy is included in over 80% of data and analytics strategies and change management programs.
Program quarantees proven Practical RESULTS
Our 3 months long data Literacy kickstart model includes setting measurable goals together with your management.
The model includes 5 expert webinars (60 minutes) and self-paced learning with high-quality material.
Practical results are verified by implementing first low-hanging PoCs and tested skills report for further activities.
McKinsey Global Institute indicates that data-driven organizations are 23 times more likely to acquire customers, six times as likely to retain those customers, and 19 times as likely to be profitable as a result. It is no wonder that leading companies are focusing now on data literacy.
Cultivate information as a second language (ISL) across business and IT stakeholders by first establishing the base vocabulary, clarifying industry and business domain “dialects,” and developing levels of proficiency.
Valerie Logan, Director, Gartner Research
A data literacy program at best is about connecting data, people, and decisions in a sustainable manner. It's not a one-time learning session but requires continuous learning, work, and effort.
Jarkko Moilanen, Data Economy Advisor & PhD researcher at University of Jyväskylä
Data literacy is an underlying component of digital dexterity
It is ability and desire to use existing and emerging technology to drive better business outcomes