Data analytics is a topic of increasing relevance and priority for organizations of any size or sector.
As you explore different analytics pathways, options and solutions, there are common themes around design, workflow and business requirements, as well as important technical, social and cultural considerations, that must be aligned with organizational goals, priorities and expectations.
Ultimately, the value proposition of data analytics is to help 1) improve results and 2) gain operational efficiencies. Despite the simplicity of these goals, data analytics can be challenging to implement and realize at scale for many organizations.
In the following article, we will explore some ways to effectively organize, contextualize and drive analytics adoption efforts within your team, department or organization.
Hope your 2018 is already off to a great start!
I’m looking forward to speaking at #casedrive, a preeminent event for professionals who are determined to be subject matter experts in the fields of data and beyond.
I will be presenting on Data Science for Fundraising: Build Data-Driven Solutions Using R on Tuesday, February 27.
Join me in Seattle, Washington February 27-28 at this must-attend event!
There’s still time to sign up today, so don’t miss out!
Please join APRA and your data-driven peers for OverDRIVE/ 2018, a one-day deep dive into the world of analytics held on Feb. 26, 2018, one day before the DRIVE/ conference.
Made possible through a partnership between APRA and the DRIVE/ Conference, OverDRIVE/ 2018 is specially designed for those looking to boost their analytics skills and gain the tools to demystify and optimize data.
Learn more about the experienced faculty that will be sharing their invaluable insight at OverDRIVE/ 2018 and view the complete schedule here.
Don’t delay — register by January 19 to secure early bird pricing and book your housing!