Embracing data analytics can be daunting. It’s not just a matter of selecting the software and gaining familiarity with the available data. It is learning and becoming proficient in using the software’s feature functionality and identifying opportunities to use it during planning and testing. Closing the gap between data analytics use and user competency requires champions in senior or executive management as well as the involvement of auditors at all levels.
In this article, Ann M. Butera outlines how to manage five important relationships to help you implement or expand your department’s use of data analytics while increasing user proficiency.
Make sure to view the recorded webinar with Ann on “Getting to Yes – Persuading Penny-Pinchers, People-Pleasers, Competitors and Skeptics