To become a truly data-driven organization, leadership must work to create a culture that encourages and empowers the entire team to be data-driven. This is even more important in an impact-focused organization, where many team members may not have the training or work experience to understand the importance of data collection and analysis. This resource shares 5 steps you can take to build a data-driven culture at your organization.
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