9:00am: Masterclass Commences
4:30pm: End of Day One
Each day the facilitator will assign time for a morning, lunch and afternoon break.
Session one: Defining data literacy
We live in a time of bold digital transformation agendas, exponentially increasing volumes of data and a limited supply of talent with the skills to realise its potential. It is widely recognised that there is an urgent need for organisations to build and nurture data literacy across their workforces. But what exactly is ‘data literacy’? To start on an even footing, we will start by understanding what ‘data literacy’ is and why it matters. In this session participants will be introduced to the concept of data literacy and delve into the skills and competencies covered by this domain.
- What is data literacy and why does it matter?
- Introducing Databilities® – a data literacy competency framework
Session two: Measuring data literacy
Using the Databilities® framework, we now have the ability to measure data literacy both at an individual and organisational level. In this session participants will reflect on their experience in completing the individual assessment and be introduced to the group’s collective results.
- Reviewing Databilities® measurement tools
- Understanding and interpret group results
- Identifying key strengths and opportunities from the group results
Session three: Mapping data literacy across the organisation
When it comes to building data literacy capability across the organisation, one size definitely does not fit all! Whilst it is inefficient to develop personalised plans for each person within the organisation, we can define – and attend to – groups of employees with similar characteristics. In this session participants will understand how dierent cohorts – or personas – can be identied within their organisation and how these personas can inform their data literacy program.
- Identifying personas for your organisation
- Understanding key features of each persona
- Incorporating personas in the design of data literacy programs