Thriving data cultures prioritize inclusion, collaboration, and transparency over command and control. They work iteratively vs. trying to "boil the ocean." But of course, this is easier said than done, right?
Dec 2022 How to fuel innovation with agile data governance
Data needs to be in the hands of the people who really need it. Sounds simple, right? So where is the disconnect? If your teams aren’t partnering to get projects done, it’s often due to a lack of understanding of each others pain points. That’s where empathy is a must. Join Tim, Juan and special guest Laura Ellis from Rapid7 as they discuss supporting all the cooks in the kitchen when it comes to data projects, why that’s a hill to die on and HOW to actually get that done.
It’s like breaking down a word problem as a child. 5 Apples and 5 oranges. How many fruits. Find the objects, etc.
We want data to get into the hands of everyone, we may not get to 100%, but we need to have a mission to get it into everyone’s hands.
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