The Human Impact of Data Literacy
A leader’s guide to democratizing data, boosting productivity and empowering your entire workforce
How data-driven is your organization?
While most organizations understand the opportunity of data, a gap has emerged between business aspirations to be data-driven, and employee’s ability to work with data.
Our latest report from Qlik and Accenture identifies three ways the data literacy gap is impacting organizations’ ability to thrive in the data-driven economy, and how to best overcome them.
of employees recognize data in the workplace as an asset
of employees report feeling unhappy when working with data
of employees believe data literacy training would make them more productive
“Expecting employees to work with data without providing the right training or appropriate tools is a bit like going fishing without the rods, bait or nets.”Jordan Morrow, Qlik
“Companies must understand that as their use of data continues to transform, so too must the ability of their workforces to deliver on these new opportunities.”Sanjeev Vohra, Accenture Technology
“We need to build individuals’ confidence back up and show them that they shouldn’t be frightened of data”Emma Alexander, Samsung Electronics
“A positive data culture is achievable with the right human investment and should be what all companies seek to foster.”Chantilly Jaggernauth, Millennials and Data (#MAD)
The Data Literacy Index
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