I am really excited that today SQLBits 2022 launches and I’m looking forward to a fantastic event.
If you’re involved in delivering a data project for your organisation, I’m presenting a session called Five steps to create a data-driven culture that you might find interesting.
I’m delivering the session twice, on Thursday 10th March, 4:40pm, in room 5 & Saturday 12th March, 12:50pm, in room 7.
Five steps to create a data-driven culture
When you set a goal of becoming more data driven, what does that truly mean?
Being data-driven is all about making decisions based on insights generated using data.
Sounds great, doesn’t it? Why aren’t we all making data-driven business decisions? We asked ourselves the same question!
Firms have taken the plunge to become data driven. They have collected huge volumes of data, invested in technologies, and analytical talent. Yet for many, a strong, data-driven culture remains elusive. How should the data be used? How should it be visualised? And how can data be useful for every employee across the organisation?
The ultimate challenge is that presenting great data visualisations isn’t enough to drive business success. It’s the action you take next that matters.
A data-driven culture enables organisations to make more robust decisions at a much faster pace… learn how during this fast-paced session where we use our experience across hundreds of projects in dozens of industries to share the five key steps to success!
You can listen to Coeo at the following times:
Five steps to create a data-driven culture - Coeo - Thursday 10th March, 4:40pm, room 5 & Saturday 12th March, 12:50pm, room 7.
Field Testing Ola Hallengren’s Maintenance Solution- Joe Pollock - Thursday 10th March, room 10, 11:30am
Power BI Security and Governance Pitfalls and How to Avoid Them - Andy Jones - Friday 11th March, room 11 at 10:10am
Data Governance with Azure Purview - Ask the Experts - Dr Victoria Holt and others, Friday 11th March, room 4 at 2:10pm