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Designing, managing and improving analytics use-cases - a unique role for information teams

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[Research Focus: Stake your claim in the success of data analytics]

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At the heart of success with analytics is a thorough understanding of the use-case for any given project. Data selection and technology skills are both essential, but these are not adequate if they are disconnected from workflows and use-cases.

Use-cases bring these benefits to analytics projects:

  • Reduce or eliminate scope-creep
  • Document exact inputs and outputs, which are vital for data identification and licensing purposes
  • Define the specific, measurable benefits of investing in an analytics project
  • Gain and document consensus about what success looks like
  • Set clear criteria for go/no-go decisions throughout planning, implementation and measurement of a project.

Sound like something your organisation needs? You can be a vital part of making it happen.

This Community session provides a workshop setting for mapping, measuring and managing analytics use-cases. Whether your organisation has dozens of analytics projects, a handful, or none (yet), your mastery of this often-ignored format will raise your visibility and value to stakeholders and project partners.

If you already have a use-case format, bring examples - the exercises we work through will enable you to critique and improve them.

Use-case management is a valuable way for information teams to stake their claim in analytics. Join this interactive Community session to work through the principles with your peers.

This Community session is open to any organisation with the Community option on their subscription. When your registration is approved, you will receive details to join the teleconference.

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  • Wednesday, 28th March 2018 at 08:00 Pacific / 10:00 Central / 11:00 Eastern / 16:00 (BST) / 17:00 Europe, 60 minutes.

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