Nearly every critical decision made throughout the public sector today is influenced by insights derived from data analysis; however, the more the public sector looks to leverage its vast data reserves – the more complex analysis, communication, and decision has become. With remote working now the norm and team members who lack data literacy – it is crucial that data is presented clearly and concisely – to help communicate effectively with both internal & external stakeholders.
As data collection from ever-increasing sources continues, it is now essential to have a grasp of leveraging data dashboards to streamline and clarify how data is presented. Improving data visualization and presenting it clearly for the data uninitiated not only saves time for all stakeholders – it can help to improve numerous processes – from public communication and design, through to policy development, management, and workforce efficiency.
With this increase in data collection & use, comes an increased investment in time and expertise. Ensuring you are clearly understood can be the difference needed to achieve your goals.
Public Sector Network’s Data Visualization & Dashboards Virtual Event will help you to develop a framework for providing clear data communication to improve evidenced-based decision-making.
2021 Expert Speaking Faculty:
State of Washington
Sue Ann Richards
State of Washington
Dr. Joe Perez
North Carolina Department of Health & Human Services
City of Baltimore (MD) Department of General Services
Dr. M. Gray Hunter
Eller Executive Education – University of Arizona
HCL Digital Business Services
Why Public Sector Leaders Attend:
Explore best practice, top tips and lessons learned from fellow public sector data experts
Understand how to harness data visualization for storytelling to encourage informed decision making
Learn how to glean the most from your data sets by harnessing the right visualization tools for your organization
Must attend event for public sector data professionals looking to take their data insights to the next level