Metis Corporate Training Series: Data Literacy|
August 5 at 12-1pm ET: Meaningful Metrics
This event will be held on Zoom.
Register here: https://bit.ly/DataLiteracySeries
Data Literacy is increasingly being accepted as a set of fundamental skills needed by all members of data-driven organizations. This free, live online two-part series is designed for individuals who are not data professionals.
Share this with the leaders & decision makers of your organization & encourage their team members to attend. It's a great way to begin the conversation about creating a data-driven culture in your company.
Participants will leave with the tools to:
-- Explain how data has been used to change business
-- Choose appropriate metrics & visualizations to answer business problems
-- Identify & avoid common mistakes made while interpreting metrics & visualizations
-- Evaluate alternative paths of action using data informed by intuition & expertise
-- Recognize when to seek assistance from a data professional & do so confidently
Here's what we'll cover:
-- August 5 at 12-1pm ET: Meaningful Metrics
-- August 12 at 12-1pm ET: Purposeful Visualizations
Senior Data Scientist
Metis Corporate Training
Metis (https://thisismetis.com/) accelerates data science & analytics learning for individuals, companies, & institutions through online education, corporate training & immersive bootcamps.
The Metis bootcamp curriculum is designed & delivered by highly educated & industry-experienced practitioners, & all bootcamp graduates receive hands-on career support until theyre hired.
On the corporate side, Metis works with large organizations who want to upskill their teams in data science & analytics to gain efficiencies, remain competitive, & improve their bottom lines. Metis is proud to be backed by Kaplan, a global leader in education.
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