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Online Event | Data Literacy: The New Essential Skill

  • Online
  • Tuesday, March 31st, 2020
  • 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM EDT

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The International Data Corporation predicts that by 2025, the total amount of digital data created worldwide will rise to 163 zettabytes.

With this abundance of data comes a crucial need for data literacy. How can we equip individuals with the skills to collect, analyze, and draw insightful conclusions from the influx of information?

Join us for a special online event that will tackle these questions and more, including:

  •  The origin of the data skills gap
  •  Hiring for data literacy
  •  How to develop employees with cross-functional abilities
  •  Promoting a data-first culture at your organization
  •  The role of upskilling and continuous learning in data literacy

 
 

Speakers

Nada Salem

Nada Salem

Data Scientist, Spotify

Thomas Levi

Thomas Levi

Director of Data Science, Unbounce

Topics of Discussion

  • The origin of the data skills gap
  • Hiring for data literacy
  • How to develop employees with cross-functional abilities
  • Promoting a data-first culture at your organization
  • The role of upskilling and continuous learning in data literacy

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