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Workforce Development: The importance of sourcing talent from within
Expertise in technologies like cloud, cybersecurity and data storage are facing the biggest skills gaps, and it is now imperative for leaders in all industries to address the skills gaps within their organizations in order to survive and thrive amid digital transformations.
They may be good with numbers but is your finance team good with data?
Data is already transforming the finance function. Despite this, more than half of employees believe their employer is failing to prepare them for a more data-oriented and automated workplace. This blog looks at the disparity between the opportunity that data offers, and the investment needed to make sure teams have the data literacy skills to fulfil it.
Closing the data quality gap
Over the past two years, business leaders have faced unprecedented disruption. As the global economy has sought stability throughout the pandemic, high-quality data has been key to ensuring customers remain at the heart of business operations.
Data Diaries – Enabling Data Literacy through a Self-Service Culture
Tyler Waterfall, Analytics Developer at Qlik, answers questions about what Data Literacy means to him, working with data and the use of self-service platforms by businesses influencing employee data literacy.
Data and Analytics Skills Will Be Explicit Requirements for More Job Roles in 2022
There will be explicit requirements for data and analytics skills among more job roles in 2022, including customer service, marketing, sales, and operations. To compete and remain driven by data, organizations will look toward data literacy as a way to prepare their staff for the future.
Searching for fairness – five ways to avoid bias in data-led decision-making
Despite the fact that we have troves of data at our fingertips, bias continues to play a prominent role in decision-making.
Mind the skills gap: Building a workforce for the digital economy
It’s London Tech Week, the annual showcase for the UK’s technology sector. At the forefront of many conversations taking place this week, the role of data and technology in rebuilding our economy is sure to be front and centre.
Breaking down silos and building up confidence: data literacy in heavy industries
Qlik’s Jesse Cugliotta discusses why data is crucial in the heavy industries.
Defining the new rules of post-pandemic talent management
The Great Resignation is being billed as a defining moment in the evolution of the working world, where employees wake up to the post-pandemic possibilities available to them and find better roles that suit their individual circumstances more exactly.
Lessons in business leadership from the pandemic
The need to transform business operations at pace when Covid-19 hit has exacerbated digital skills gaps. Leaders have had to get to grips with managing remote teams, keeping up communication with employees and customers, while ensuring they stay engaged and motivated.
Are we headed for hybrid education? How data literacy can democratize the remote learning opportunity
As the adoption of hybrid working increases, we must consider the implications for the education system if it follows the same trend.
We can’t leave future generations behind – using data skills to unlock an economic recovery
Many are warning of a generation lost to the pandemic and how this disruption might impact their ability to support the economic recovery.
New research shows the data skills gap is costing organizations billions in lost productivity
The Human Impact of Data Literacy, powered by Accenture and Qlik reports firms globally are still struggling to build teams that can capitalize on the true value of data
The Data Literacy Project partners with Qlik to launch world-first comprehensive certification for Data Literacy
Developed by leading academics, unique certification will enable individuals to demonstrate their ability to read, work with, analyze, and argue with data.
The Data Literacy Project announces Community Forum dedicated to fostering a more data literate society
Aims to be the Primary Online Destination for Individuals and Organizations to Share Ideas and Resources to Further Global Data Literacy.
The Data Literacy Project announces advisory board to support the drive for a more data literate society
Global data leaders unite to help inform and deliver the project’s mission of making Data Literacy an educational and workplace imperative.