Data literacy is a pre-requisite for a data-informed culture. Here is how you can develop a data literacy program using the Dreyfus model of skill acquisition and the concept of Shu Ha Ri for a diverse and evolving workforce.
Why do 80% of data science projects fail? Why is pursuit of ignorance critical for their success? Why “bad” data is actually an asset? How can the Johari Window help?
To visualize or not to visualize data? When are tables better than graphs? What is cognitive fit and why it matters?
This post extends the application of the Hype Cycle to an organization’s data and analytics initiatives by integrating a data maturity model into it. It also visualizes the drastic onset of negative hype using pythagorean cup.
According to Gartner, by next year, 50% of organizations will lack sufficient AI and data literacy skills to achieve business value. Here is how you can apply the time-tested method of Socratic Questioning to promote Data Literacy.
Adapting Richard Rumelt’s model of a good strategy to discuss the elements of a good strategic dashboard. An alternative to the audience centered approach to dashboard design… a strategy centered approach.
“The essence of the independent mind lies not in what it thinks, but in how it thinks.” – Christopher Hitchens.
Here is why organizations need data thinkers.