Operational data is one of the most valuable assets for businesses to achieve digital transformation. Data insights can identify opportunities and define the organization’s path to success. But without trust in your data and an acceptable level of data literacy to properly extract insights, organizations are making uneducated decisions based on faulty premises and incorrect conclusions.
So, how can organizations build a culture of data literacy to optimize their digital transformation?In this fast-paced educational TechTarget mini webcast sponsored by Qlik®, join industry expert Nick Cavalancia, and Jordan Morrow, Global Head of Data Literacy from Qlik, as they discuss:
- What is data literacy and how can organizations benefit from it?
- Why is data literacy the new imperative for digital transformation?
- How can you get started on building a culture of data literacy?
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Global Head of Data Literacy, Qlik
Jordan is a winner of the DataIQ 100 2019, and in his role as Global Head of Data Literacy, Jordan is the owner of the Data Literacy program that touches upon the following topics: big data, analytics, data, statistics, data visualizations, and more. Along with building this curriculum, Jordan has the privilege of delivering this learning through various channels.
This program has seen a rapid rise in success and is at the forefront of industry thought leadership.
Jordan is passionate about data and analytics, and especially for bringing in the human touch to a world of numbers.
Consultant, Writer - Techvangelism – Search DisasterRecovery
Nick Cavalancia has more than 25 years of enterprise IT experience; is an accomplished consultant, speaker, trainer, writer and columnist and has achieved industry certifications, including MCSE, MCT, Master CNE and Master CNI.
Nick regularly speaks, writes and blogs for some of the most recognized tech companies today on a variety of topics as a technical evangelist. He is founder of Techvangelism and is its Chief Techvangelist. He is also co-founder of Conversational Geek.