Well-governed data and a data literate team enables a "culture of desilofication" and produces unique, insightful, and data-driven ideas.
Enterprises waste millions of dollars on failed data initiatives because they apply outdated thinking to new data problems. This results in overly-complex, rigid processes that benefit the few and make the rest of us less productive.
Let's think of the growth of data. While there is an average of 4,785 interactions per person today, it was only 300 per day in 2017. This begs the question, how far off with the 175 ZB prediction be in 1, 2, or 5 years’ time?
Because of this data explosion, it will be more important than ever to hone decision-making skills by learning to ask the right questions of your data, interpret your findings and take informed action, which is the basis for data literacy.
Adaptive data governance adapts the best practices of Agile and Open software development to data and analytics. It iteratively captures knowledge as data producers and consumers work together so that everyone can benefit.
We believe that combining the right methodologies with the right technologies is the fastest route to a return on data investment and a strong data culture.
In work and at home, data knowledge plays apart of all conversation…sports, politics, dinner conversations.
Data literacy is a skill that empowers all levels of workers to ask the right questions of data and machines, build knowledge, make decisions, and communicate meaning to others.
SME offers our clients a common approach to achieving the ability to read, work with, analyze and argue with data.
The overall key of data governance is trusting your data. Beyond that, data governance involves policies, rules and accountability for overseeing data, including mapping out business value drivers to data expectations.
To achieve data governance that works, SME encourages business and IT to work together in harmony, each knowing and understanding the roles in handling data.
A data culture is the collective behaviors and beliefs of people who value, practice, and encourage the use of data to make decisions. Data is woven into the operations, mindset, and identity of an organization; equipping your team with the insights they need to be truly data-driven.
Adopting a data culture for your organization may sound daunting, considering the complexity that many organizations already face when dealing with their data infrastructure. SME can help make adopting a data culture for your organization is empowering, not intimidating.
To tackle complex data governance and compliance challenges, you need to gain control of all your data assets, wherever they live. SME combines an agile approach and best practices with modern technologies to augment your organization's BI Program.
Adaptive governance is a fresh organizational function approach which will drive traditional data governance into the modern era and prepare organizations for emergent technologies in the coming years.
SME encourages an adaptive governance approach because it creates a balance between the agility and autonomy sides of data governance and looks to maintain a balance between the goals of self-service and the goals of governance.
data.world is a cloud-based data catalog that brings siloed and distributed data into consistent business terms that make up a unified body of knowledge for your business.
The user-friendly, social-media-like interface makes it possible for anyone in an organization, regardless of their data knowledge, to be able to find accurate and clear information.
Data discovery is not a tool. It is a business user oriented process for detecting patterns and outliers by visually navigating data or applying guided advanced analytics. Discovery is an iterative process that does not require extensive upfront model creation.
SME trains and augments your team's skills in understanding data relationships and data modeling as well as in using data analysis and guided advanced analytics functions to reveal insights.
Data Literacy Webinar
How do you build a culture that thrives on data literacy and enhances an organization's ability to make data-driven decisions from the top down?
Identify your data strengths and weaknesses
An assessment of your Business Intelligence (BI) and reporting needs as compared to your current ability to fulfill those goals.
Data warehouses, data lakes, and data lakehouses
Demystify these terms and look at similarities, differences, and what that means for the future of Business Intelligence (BI).
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