watermark picture

Becoming Data Literate - for newcomers to the world of data

This training session will focus on the basic notions of data, without going too deep into the technical part.

Data is used everywhere throughout the organization. Data usage has been growing over time, increasing exponentially. All the more reason to have a basic understanding of descriptive statistics and data in general.

In this training 

we'll focus on the basic notions of data, without going too deep into the technical part.

After this training 

you will know how to interpret descriptive statistics, know where to focus on when interpreting dashboards and how to use different measures.

This training is for 

everyone that wants to become data literate.

Related cases

Related blogs

Let’s face it: data doesn’t drive business value

Like oil, data has no value in its raw format. Instead, the value of your data lies in its potential to generate insights or products: it needs to be extracted, refined, and processed before it can generate value. So what does it cost to create value from your data? And how to quantify the business value of a data project?

Read More

Data Mesh - Beyond the buzz

Chances are you have recently heard a lot about data mesh, a decentralized approach to sharing, accessing, and managing analytical data. So, let's dive into a practical example to help you understand what a data mesh stands for.

Read More

The 5 ingredients of a successful data strategy

Many organizations struggle with ongoing data issues and are missing the opportunity to use data as a means to profoundly impact their business. What's usually missing is a comprehensive data strategy. Let's have a look at the 5 ingredients a successful long-term data strategy can't do without.

Read More

5 ways to leverage your existing data with minimal effort

Do most data blogs make you feel like everything you should do is expensive, time consuming and requires complex skills? Well, this blog is different. Here are 5 practical recommendations (in no particular order) to leverage your existing business data with less effort than you think.

Read More