Nearly every business is dealing with an incredible amount of data. But collecting it isn’t the same as understanding it — and we’re facing a critical skills gap. Qlik is on a mission to provide the education, technology, and business strategies that create a data-literate world — where everyone can speak the language of data and use it with confidence to make discoveries that change the game.
Improve your decision-making skills by learning to ask the right questions from your data, interpret your findings, and take informed action. Join the thousands of individuals leveraging Qlik’s Continuous Classroom to grow their analytics capabilities through on-demand video learning, hands-on exercises and more.
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Everyone can be Data Literate
Regardless of your role, skill level or the BI tools you use, we can help you start your learning journey with data. From data skills to building to fostering a culture of data literacy within your organization, our Adoption Framework is your quick start guide to success.
Gain an edge in the era of data
Our global report reveals new insights into data literacy across the enterprise. It also offers practical advice for how to empower enterprises and all employees with the data, tools and learning to achieve personal success and capitalize on an unprecedented economic opportunity.
Data Literacy blog
Read what our experts have to say on the topic of data literacy.
Accenture is a leading global professional services company, providing a broad range of services and solutions in strategy, consulting, digital, technology and operations. They combine unmatched experience and specialized skills across more than 40 industries and all business functions – underpinned by the world’s largest delivery network.
Accenture works at the intersection of business and technology to help clients improve their performance and create sustainable value for their stakeholders. With approximately 459,000 people serving clients in more than 120 countries, Accenture drives innovation to improve the way the world works and lives. Visit us at www.accenture.com
CIM is the world’s leading marketing body, with over 30,000 members worldwide. We are pleased to be a founding member of the Data Literacy Project. We believe passionately that the customer should be at the heart of everything an organisation does, and that the marketing profession is in a key position to drive and support this.
The greater level of data literacy within an organisation, the greater the ability to interpret, utilise, strategize and use data effectively from across the business, driving revenues and creating a marketing advantage.
The new marketing CV
With data increasingly used in campaigns and strategies, marketing teams are expected to take a leading role in its analysis and interpretation – so what are the building blocks a modern marketer’s CV needs to cut through the noise?
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Let’s talk data literacy
Data is now so important that it is referred ‘as the new oil’. Marketers needs to be able to ask questions of machines and use data to build knowledge, make decisions and communicate with board members but how many of us are truly data literate? What can we do?
Testing your digital skills gap
The world is moving at pace with new technologies, changing consumer behaviours, increased competition and more choice – requiring more from the marketing profession. What digital skills do marketers need to know to prosper?
Five major challenges
Today, marketers face a range of challenges: ranging from demonstrating a return on investment to understanding new customer behaviour. So where should marketers start?
Cognizant is a world-leading business and technology consulting company, transforming business, operating and IT models for the digital era.
Cognizant believe that Data Literacy skills are a necessity in the future world of work.
We must all learn how to ‘talk data’
On any given day, in any given time zone, every action and inaction is being collected, monitored and evaluated in a seemingly endless, ever expanding torrent of data. This data is being used to inform and transform what we read, see and do. It’s beyond the analysts and data scientists - universal data literacy is now key to every organization’s future.
Data To The People are global pioneers in the emerging field of data literacy and have partnered with the Data Literacy Project to help create a data literate world.
Don’t get left behind.
Whatever your sector, data is a tectonic force of change. That’s why organizations around the world must be ready to harness it. Databilities® is the world’s first evidence-based data literacy competency framework developed by Data To The People. It’s a complete system for organizational adaptation to the data revolution designed to revolutionize your organization’s data literacy capacity easily and powerfully.
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Find out exactly how data literate you are and what you can do to boost your data literacy. Get your personalized data literacy assessment and customized training recommendations now.
Immersion is the only way forward
Data To The People founder, Jane Crofts, argues that data literacy is not unattainable, it is not an astronomical leap from our existing knowledge and skills base. In fact, we’ve conquered this before – just in a different language.
Guardians of The Key
With its message of equity and accessibility, this enticing children's book explores the concept of data literacy as the new language and skill we all need to succeed in the new economy.
At Experian we believe that data is the foundation of the future, with digitalisation driving huge opportunity for organisations to deliver better outcomes to their customers and take on some of the biggest challenges in society. Data is enabling our choices, fuelling our economy and shaping our decisions and it’s only going to expand as we enter the next decade. As a founding member of the Data Literacy Project we firmly believe that unlocking the power that lies in data and technology relies wholly on having the knowledge and skills to understand, interpret and derive value from it.
From understanding how and why organisations are using data, to having the skillset to read and interpret data in the workplace – data impacts almost every aspect of our lives. Experian has a unique history of helping individuals to better understand their financial circumstances. We’ve seen first-hand how better knowledge and education around data can have a direct impact on protecting the financially vulnerable and providing better access to more relevant products and services. We’re passionate that as data grows in importance, we champion the drive to understand all forms of data so that individuals and organisations alike can access the information they need in the digital age.
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Making the Invisible Visible
Meet the UK’s ‘Invisible’ population – 5.8 million people who are virtually indiscernible to the mainstream financial system, because there is little or no information available on their financial track record.
Experian has set the goal of radically reducing the UK’s Invisible population, by harnessing the power of new and relevant data sources.
Policing improved through Data
This case study reveals how Cleveland Police’s ‘Golden Nominal’ project showcased power of data positively impacting policing by eliminating duplicate records.
Taking control in the digital age
Experian conducted a survey to look at global trends in data management. This study looks at how data practitioners and data- driven business leaders are leveraging their data to solve key business challenges and how data management practices are changing over time.
The technology skills platform
Pluralsight is committed to data literacy through its mission to democratize technology skills. With Pluralsight, learners can benchmark their knowledge, keep up with emerging tech trends and build in-demand skills in areas like data science, data visualization, machine learning, security and more.
For businesses, Pluralsight gives teams confidence they have the right skills to execute their technology strategy. With expert courses, skill assessments and one-of-a-kind analytics, leaders can quantify expertise across roles, speed up release cycles and build reliable, secure products.
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