Embedding Data-driven Decisions into Organizational Culture

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Organizations around the world are now realizing the many advantages of using data to overhaul their business strategies and gain a competitive edge. However, data-driven decision making doesn't mean you have to ignore your intuition or past experience. In fact, when used in combination with business acumen, building a data-driven decision-making culture can be a powerful tool for change. In this course, you'll learn about the benefits that occur when an organization makes decisions using data as the basis of their choice. You'll explore best practices for taking a balanced approach to decisions that don't rely on a single perspective. And you'll also learn how to avoid common mistakes associated with using data to inform decisions.

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN

  • identify the benefits of data-driven decision making
    recognize the questions to ask when thinking critically about data
    identify how to create a data-driven decision-making culture at an organization
  • identify the steps of a data-driven decision-making process
    identify key best practices for data-driven decision making
    describe how to avoid common mistakes in data-driven decision making

IN THIS COURSE

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    In this course, you'll learn about the benefits of making data-driven decisions. You will also discover best practices for data-driven but balanced decision making, and how to avoid common mistakes in using data to help inform decisions. FREE ACCESS
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    Businesses make dozens if not hundreds of decisions a day. Failing to take advantage of the data available to help make these decisions can often lead them astray. Data-driven decision making takes that data into account, along with intuition, past experience, common sense, and context. It means taking a more balanced approach to decision making. In this video, you’ll explore the various benefits of data-driven decision making. FREE ACCESS
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    3.  Thinking Critically about Data
    3m 48s
    During this video, you will learn how to recognize the questions to ask when thinking critically about data. FREE ACCESS
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    4.  Creating a Data-driven Decision-making Culture
    3m 53s
    Successful organizations realize that every department has different responsibilities and in order to act on them, they need access to data. For data-driven decision making to have a real effect in an organization, the company must take steps to embed it within their culture. In this video, you’ll learn how these organizations create a data-driven decision-making culture. FREE ACCESS
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    5.  Steps for Data-driven Decisions
    4m 25s
    Making data based decisions is an inexact science. More than pulling up spreadsheets and crunching numbers, businesses need to understand what their data means, how it fits their needs, and how to use it to provide meaningful solutions. In this video, you will learn the steps for applying data to decision making. FREE ACCESS
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    6.  Best Practices for Data-driven Decision Making
    3m 29s
    The world is filled with data, business related and otherwise. While organizations obviously want to take advantage of this in driving their decision making, the process is not without challenges. In this video, you will learn about best practices for data-driven decision making. FREE ACCESS
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    7.  Common Mistakes in Data-driven Decision Making
    4m 3s
    There are a number of common mistakes to be aware of. In this video, you will learn about the common mistakes that can impede data-driven decision making. FREE ACCESS

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