What does it really mean to be “data-driven”? A data-driven organization acquires, processes, and leverages data in a timely fashion to create efficiencies, iterate on and develop new products, and navigate the competitive landscape.
There are many ways to assess whether an organization is data-driven. Some like to talk about how much data they generate. Others like to talk about the sophistication of data they use or the process of internalizing data.
A data-driven organization relies on a strong data science team. This guide details how to hire and build effective data science teams, and create the right organizational support for them.
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This guide is for organizations looking to build their data science for social impact teams. Resources include hiring best practices, job description templates, websites, and sample applications for social impact organizations to share their open positions.
Resources from Stanford Social Innovation Review, Forbes and +5