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DATA LITERACY ADOPTION FRAMEWORK

Transform your organisation by prioritising cultural change and fostering a data-driven orientation.

What is Data Literacy?

Data literacy is the ability to read, work with, analyse and communicate with data. In our information-driven world, data literacy is just as important as reading or writing. You need to know how to confidently work with data and analytics to quickly generate actionable insights , regardless of your role, skill level, or the BI tools you use.

Of course, not everyone needs to be a data scientist, but everyone should be data literate. Increasing your data literacy improves your decision-making skills. By being data literate, you learn how to ask the right questions of your data, interpret your findings, and take informed action.

It's Time to Speak Data

WHAT DOES A DATA LITERATE WORKFORCE MEAN TO YOUR ORGANISATIONS

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01 Faster Insights
01 Faster Insights

You don’t have to rely on just a few data scientists who can only fulfill so many requests and may not have a good understanding of the business questions you need them to answer. Instead, everyone is empowered to get insights on their own.

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02 Accurate Decisions
02 Accurate Decisions

Your workforce has been trained to ask the right questions of their data, feels comfortable using data to support important decisions, and has the ability to question data with an intelligent level of data skepticism.

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03 Stay Competitive
03 Stay Competitive

You can quickly make sense of your data to adapt to what’s coming and stay ahead of your competitors.

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04 Employee Engagement
04 Employee Engagement

Where your staff feels empowered in the decision-making process and benefits from a work environment that encourages collaboration.

6 STEP DATA LITERACY ADOPTION FRAMEWORK

The Catalyst BI Team works with you to develop and implement a 6 step Data Literacy Adoption Framework adapted specifically to suit the needs of your organisation.

1
Planning & Vision Participants, funding, timeframe​.
Adjusted work, not new work​.
2
Communication What, why, how?​
Continuous, organisation wide, transparent​.
3
Assessment Benchmark participants – generic or role based​
Determine appropriate learning pathways.
4
Cultural Adjustment Lead by example​.
Share best practice​.
5
Learning

Continuous learning, not training​.
Role/persona based, prescriptive but not rigid​.

6
Measurement

Progress, participation, engagement, feedback​.
Qualitative and quantitative benefits.

 

Empower Your Entire Workforce

Start Building a Data Literate Culture

Get in touch today and make the first step towards our industry-leading program. We'll offer comprehensive learning resources and consulting services to build data literacy skills across your entire organisation.