What it takes to become a data-informed cultural organisation (1/4)

It’s more than just data

Some great insights into becoming a data-informed cultural organisation can be found in a mini-series of Colleen Dilenschneider, of US research agency Impacts, on her blog.

Her blog on the first step of data collection is out now with some useful explanations of types of research, what to measure and how to get the data.

But data is only the start, of course, and the culture change involved is not to be underestimated. Look out for the other three of the four steps she proposes over the coming weeks: data interpretation, data acceptance and data integration.

Author: sabine.doolin

Consultant with a strong belief in the value of culture to society.

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