Developing the effectiveness of your organization in data and analytics is much more than acquiring tools, platforms, skill sets, and expertise. Msight offers modularized workshops that may be onsite or virtual and can be customized to meet your specific needs. Some are also available in digital-only or hybrid format. Each workshop is designed for a specific level and scope of responsibility and falls into one of the following two tracks:
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Market research studies continue to report that 60-70% of the efforts in data and analytics do not meet expectations. Even with all the supposed best practices, we seem to continue repeating the same errors. This course explains the critical factors for the successful development of an insight-oriented organization so that you can reduce your likelihood of becoming a part of the 60-70% that fall short.
Organizational leaders, executives and managers, and entrepreneurs. Enrollment may be as an individual or as a group (within the same organization).
We take a (not so) radically backward approach: we start with what it means to generate value from data, then back into what creates those values. In contrast, most discussions around developing organizational maturity in data and analytics take a prospective approach: taking the premise of the data leading to value forward to the organization. Since it is the value we are after, we “begin with the end in mind” as Stephen Covey said in his book "The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People," to ensure that we get there by design rather than by hope.
You will gain a foundational understanding of the following: (1) what it means to be an insight-oriented organization; (2) the organizational infrastructure needed, including roles and functions, organizational structure, governance, and enterprise processes; (3) programs, resources, and skills necessary; (4) the first steps in the implementation of an insight-oriented organization and the challenges that must be addressed for a successful implementation.
Approximately 1 hour of bite-size videos organized in sections (total of 15 videos, averaging less than 5 minutes each), plus materials and references. There are no prerequisites.