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20NTC Session Proposal
IT

Data Analytics as a Service

Description

As a (or the!) data person at a non-profit, how can you transform your organization into a data literate, self service, analytics-at-scale, nimble data-driven powerhouse, while still delivering your daily work?

While there’s (sadly!) no magic button, we have a strategy that will help guide your transformation: model your data shop after high performing, user-centered software solutions and treat data analytics as a service.

By providing data analytics as a service, you can:

* Identify, meet, and exceed the needs of diverse clients–from C-Suite to assistant, SQL guru to print-everything-out devotee, statistician to the mathematically anxious;

* Create and maintain sustainable, transparent systems and solutions;

* Cultivate and steward relationships with your internal and external clients;

* Consistently communicate with and disseminate resources to your users;

* Encourage collaboration with Agile development teams and interdepartmental task forces to create, maintain, and communicate shared procedures, data definitions, and resources.


Learning Outcomes

  • Why and how to set up data analytics as a service in your organization
  • How to utilize user personas for your clients to offer data analytics and reporting solutions at scale
  • Understand the importance of meeting users at their role and ability level

Target Audience

Data Analysts, IT and Shared Services Managers, CTO and CIOs, Management Consultants

Additional Speakers

Rachel Greiner

Tags

AnalyticsChange ManagementDataOrg Culture

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