Developing Data Strategy

Optimising for today, preparing for tomorrow

In today's competitive and ever-evolving landscape, effective use of data is critical to deliver value for your organisation, its stakeholders and its customers. This course will explore what it means to be a data-driven organisation, building the tools and skills to drive your own transformation and increase adoption of data analytics to make more informed business decisions.

Key Outcomes

You will take part in a series of online modules, comprised of virtual workshops, action learning and coaching to build the technical and professional skills required to:

  • Understand the benefits and challenges of data-driven organisations
  • Explore the role of the data platform
  • Assess the analytical maturity of your organisation to determine capability gaps
  • Develop a practical plan for your organisation's transition
  • Address pitfalls and overcome obstacles to drive transformation
  • Apply the Data Ethics Framework to understand and navigate ethical issues

Program Experience

Led by a data scientist and entrepreneur who has helped many organisations to create competitive advantages using data, you will take part in live virtual workshops, interspersed with action learning and coaching to upskill you as a ‘data driven’ professional, ready to take on the challenges of today's dynamic environment.

Over two weeks, you will take part in approximately 14 hours of online learning and live workshops.

You will utilise The AGSM Navigator, a custom-built platform designed to work with your existing social and communication tools like Zoom.

In between the workshop sessions, you will take part in a range of supported learning experiences independently and with the group to develop and embed learning.

To maintain the interactivity and ensure participants can achieve their outcomes, each workshop is limited to 25 participants.

Virtual workshop sessions bring a real-time, social learning environment to you, where you can share challenges and experiences, learn from your peers and your expert facilitator, and build a community of practice.