Creating an Analytics Program That is Right-Sized to Your Needs, Talent and Data


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A reality for many organizations is pursuit of analytics-driven by new data, technology or technical skills. This often results in creating something interesting, but not very impactful: it was created from excitement to innovate and not always aligned with organizational needs. In this session, we will explore an assessment approach that includes reviewing data structures and existing reports, stakeholder perceptions and needs and leadership vision that will help you develop and implement an analytics road map that’s right for your organization. Once true needs and capabilities are determined and prioritized, a road map to impactful and scalable analytics development can emerge and drive a thoughtful culture of adoption.

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Creating an Analytics Program That is Right-Sized to Your Needs, Talent and Data
Recorded 03/03/2021
Recorded 03/03/2021 A reality for many organizations is pursuit of analytics-driven by new data, technology or technical skills. This often results in creating something interesting, but not very impactful: it was created from excitement to innovate and not always aligned with organizational needs. In this session, we will explore an assessment approach that includes reviewing data structures and existing reports, stakeholder perceptions and needs and leadership vision that will help you develop and implement an analytics road map that’s right for your organization. Once true needs and capabilities are determined and prioritized, a road map to impactful and scalable analytics development can emerge and drive a thoughtful culture of adoption.

Alexander Oftelie

Senior Vice President, Decision Science

BWF

Alex Oftelie is a Senior Vice President of Decision Science. He oversees all analytics engagements, workshops and training and product implementation. His specific areas of expertise include predictive modeling, business impact analysis, survey design and sampling methodology, analytics training and analytics implementation. Prior to his work with BWF, Alex worked as a non-profit subject matter expert for IBM and advanced analytics consultant for Gallup. He is a recognized leader, speaker and trainer for CASE, AHP and Apra, and holds a Bachelor of Arts from St. Olaf College and a Masters of Public Affairs from the University of Minnesota.

Charlene Harner

Director, Development Services

University Hospitals