Webinar | Showcase Webinar: Moving from Data Insight to Data Action
Analytics is one of the more important tools to help leaders and decision makers understand how well they are operationalizing new strategic initiatives and how effective those initiatives are. Institutions implement a variety of analytics programs that are foundational to both short- and long-term decisions.
Attend this webinar to learn about creating a future-oriented approach to data that can support your institution’s goals. This session is aligned with the 2023 EDUCAUSE Showcase Series and Top 10 IT Issue #7.
- Learn about strategies for collaborating with stakeholders to drive data action
- Understand why a future-oriented data strategy is a powerful tool for meeting your institution’s goals
- Hear from experts in the field about their experiences with data action
Read about the Top 10 IT issue.
Visit the Moving from Data Insight to Data Action Showcase for more resources.
Strategic Project Manager, Unicon, Inc.
Todd BarberExecutive Director, Enterprise Applications & Data Services, The University of Tennessee Health Science Center
Melissa BarnettData Governance Manager, Georgia State University
Jared PaneDirector, Solutions Architecture, Elastic
Sophie WhiteShowcase Program Manager, EDUCAUSE
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