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Some background information about me…
Some background information about me…
What makes up an organization’s culture?
HARD and SOFT elements
They’re about RELATIONSHIPS and REINFORCEMENTHARD and SOFT elements
It starts withAWARENESS
It promotes DATA SHARING
Smallerorganizationsbelieve in widesharingAs companies grow,they tighten therulesReally bigorganizationsrevert back towide...
It supports data analysis at ALL LEVELS
It facilitates INNOVATION
Sometimes you IMPROVE on existing thingsSometimes you CREATE something new
“Run it like you own it.”
How do you CHANGE an organization without blowing it up?
Be very clear about the direction you’re heading
Learn whatmotivates yourworkforce
Show the path forward
Watch out forspeed bumps
Have you heard these before?
There WILL be pockets of resistance
Avoid “Big Bang”transformationsDon’t try to changeeverything at once
IgniteFEELINGSof change
Celebrate victories, even little ones
Grow yourpeople with adata-drivenidentity
Whatever you do,don’t let them give up!
This process is all about DISCOVERY
Don’t lock downyour organizationwith SOPs
Empower employees to find everyday disconnects
Allow them thefreedom toexperiment
Encourage them to weave their ideas together
Use best practicesto generate better practices
Repeat
Creating a Data-Driven Organizational Culture
Creating a Data-Driven Organizational Culture
Creating a Data-Driven Organizational Culture
Creating a Data-Driven Organizational Culture
Creating a Data-Driven Organizational Culture
Creating a Data-Driven Organizational Culture
Creating a Data-Driven Organizational Culture
Creating a Data-Driven Organizational Culture
Creating a Data-Driven Organizational Culture
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Creating a Data-Driven Organizational Culture

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Presentation from the 2013 Big Data & Analytics in Government Summit in Washington, DC

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Creating a Data-Driven Organizational Culture

  1. 1. Some background information about me…
  2. 2. Some background information about me…
  3. 3. What makes up an organization’s culture?
  4. 4. HARD and SOFT elements
  5. 5. They’re about RELATIONSHIPS and REINFORCEMENTHARD and SOFT elements
  6. 6. It starts withAWARENESS
  7. 7. It promotes DATA SHARING
  8. 8. Smallerorganizationsbelieve in widesharingAs companies grow,they tighten therulesReally bigorganizationsrevert back towide sharing
  9. 9. It supports data analysis at ALL LEVELS
  10. 10. It facilitates INNOVATION
  11. 11. Sometimes you IMPROVE on existing thingsSometimes you CREATE something new
  12. 12. “Run it like you own it.”
  13. 13. How do you CHANGE an organization without blowing it up?
  14. 14. Be very clear about the direction you’re heading
  15. 15. Learn whatmotivates yourworkforce
  16. 16. Show the path forward
  17. 17. Watch out forspeed bumps
  18. 18. Have you heard these before?
  19. 19. There WILL be pockets of resistance
  20. 20. Avoid “Big Bang”transformationsDon’t try to changeeverything at once
  21. 21. IgniteFEELINGSof change
  22. 22. Celebrate victories, even little ones
  23. 23. Grow yourpeople with adata-drivenidentity
  24. 24. Whatever you do,don’t let them give up!
  25. 25. This process is all about DISCOVERY
  26. 26. Don’t lock downyour organizationwith SOPs
  27. 27. Empower employees to find everyday disconnects
  28. 28. Allow them thefreedom toexperiment
  29. 29. Encourage them to weave their ideas together
  30. 30. Use best practicesto generate better practices
  31. 31. Repeat

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