12 Steps to making better data-informed decisions



Data Literacy Report

is the ability to transform information into actionable and verified knowledge to ultimately make decisions. There is a spectrum of critical capabilities that need to be in place at an organizational level, including a data strategy, an analytics framework, a data literate workforce, diversity and inclusion, and a culture of collaboration, creativity, and communication. At an individual level, making data-informed decisions requires systemic thinking, the ability to be aware of your biases, the ability to challenge the data, and the ability to accept failures and learn quickly.

The following 12 steps will help guide you through the data-informed decision making process.


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