Becoming a Visual Organization: The Power of Data Storytelling
Data yearns to be free, to tell its stories to all those who care about its revelations. Discovering and sharing those stories should be easy. But it’s not. Why? Most software intended to help people access and understand data is hard to use. For too long, data has been trapped behind scripts, wizards and code. That can change! When a company gives people end user analysis tools, they feel different. Respected. Capable. Powerful. People start to drive their organization forward in ways that could never have been anticipated. They express their full ingenuity and creativity. This workshop will empower you to transform swaths of raw data into visually compelling stories, driving your business forward.
June 20 – 22, 2018
- Know thy data: Understand your data, by recognizing data must have relationships
- Find the needle in a haystack: Learn how data visualization techniques provide valuable opportunities to discover strategic insights and hidden relationships
- Tell your story with data: Find the compelling narrative along with giving an account of the facts and establishing the connections between them
Amy Phillips is a Teaching Professor in the department of Business Information and Analytics, Daniels College of Business. When working with the media, Phillips offers comprehensive knowledge of management information systems. She is the co-author of the leading MIS textbook, Business-Driven Information Systems.
- MEd, Educational Technology, Plymouth State College, New Hampshire
- BS, Honors, Botany, Plymouth State College, New Hampshire
20% discount available for DU Alumni, Daniels Corporate Partners, and 3 or more individuals from the same organization—$1,200
30% discount available for Non-profits, Current or Former Military, Government—$1,050
2 Graduate Level Credits—$2,640
20% discount available for Daniels Alumni—$2,112
If you need to cancel your registration in any of our workshops, you may transfer your enrollment to a future workshop (within 1 year), send someone to take your place, or cancel without penalty at any time up to three days (72 hours) prior to your class. If you provide us with less than three days’ notice, or fail to attend, you will be responsible for the entire workshop fee.
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