A Ride with Data Literates is a series of Vlogs that we record as we travel to client sites or go to events. We talk about our practical experiences and tips and tricks for building an Enterprise Data Literacy Program (EDLP).
In this episode, we are on our way back from a client site where we started a new CoE or Enterprise Data Literacy Program. On this Ride with Data Literates you will find out the similarities between these 2 programs.
Can you have a data literate culture if people don’t have access to the data?
Can you democratize data without a Center of Excellence?
What is the role that data ethics plays in a data literate culture?
Watch part 2 to understand whether an Enterprise Data Literacy programs can be effective without centers of excellence or vice versa.
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