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Artificial Intelligence
Data literacy set to be the most in-demand skill by 2030
As AI transforms global workplaces, new research from Qlik shows that data literacy will be the most in-demand skill by 2030.
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HSBC
Avoid the 'dump and run' approach: Succeed with data using DataOps
When implemented effectively and appropriately, DataOps has the potential to radically transform the way an organisation works with data, bringing along a range of operational benefits.
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IBM
Lack in data skills creating greater challenges at work - report
Employees could do better at their jobs if they were more data literate, according to new research. 
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Big Data
Five steps to help improve data integrity in your organisation - Talend
Less than one in three (29%) of data operational workers are confident that data within their organisation is always accurate and up to date.
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Analytics
The Data Literacy Project and Qlik launch new certification for data literacy
“The potential for data-informed decision making across all roles and business functions is massive."
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Analytics
Data Literacy Project a soapbox for today's world of data
Qlik, Accenture, and Experian are just three of several organisations to get behind an initiative to create a more data-literate society in an era when literacy fuels business success.
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Big Data
Data Literacy: Why it should matter to business leaders
Data literacy is the ability of individuals to effectively consume data.
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Visa
The team dedicated to global data literacy
The Data Literacy Project has appointed eight data experts who aim to help organisations and individuals improve data literacy across the globe.
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Qlik
The Data Literacy Project expands its library of free courses
Upskilling the workforce in data literacy is fundamental to unlocking business growth.
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Data analytics
Study reveals the true value of data literacy
Organisations that rank in the top third of the Data Literacy Index have 3 to 5% higher enterprise value, plus a raft of other benefits.