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Data analytics can be a powerful decision making tool for your agency, but leaders certainly face challenges implementing them into everyday processes. This week’s DorobekINSIDER Live discusses the benefits and challenges of creating a culture of data analytics in government with three experts.
Learn about the three key strategies the state government in Wisconsin used to make data analytics a central component of their discussions and decisions.
Find out how progressive analytics develop agencies over time, so that employees can understand the basic functions of data analytic tools, before using them for more advanced processes and decision-making.
Entity analytics is a way for agencies to collect and categorize related data from multiple sources, and it greatly improves the analytic capability of government. Find out how creating an automated process for entity analytics can effectively impact your organization and constituents.
Did you know that data analytics can help agencies do more than just influence unseen decisions? They can also help agencies with facilities operations and construction projects that have physical outcomes.
Data analytics can be extremely helpful in improving efficiency and decision-making at agencies, but there are a number of organizational challenges IT leaders must overcome before they can implement effective data systems.
The road to achieving tangible benefits is a journey that involves repeatable steps to ensure success. They include the forming, storming, norming and performing phases.
To successfully manage a new data analytics program, the entire agency must be united behind common goals. With the right data and the right systems for maintenance, your agency can adopt reliable and game-changing solutions.
“Governed visual analytics is essential,” said Heather Gittings, Director of Public Sector Market Development at Qlik. “Unfortunately, people hear governance and assume a heavy burden will be placed on the IT department. But that’s not the case.”