Webinar: Data Wisdom from a new perspective

“The ability to take data, to be able to understand it, to process it,
to extract value from it, to visualize it, to communicate it is
going to be a hugely important skill in the next decades.”
(Hal Varian)

In this open and free webinar, we take participants on a journey without getting technical. We show which social transformation we are in and how data and data-driven organization play perhaps the most important role in this. The question that then remains is: how data-savvy, or data wise are you? In any case, the importance of data and its organization is in stark contrast to the attention paid to it. It is often mistakenly left to the IT department or software company.

Issues such as non-transparent algorithms, disinformation, abuse of data monitoring, profiling and data leaks show that data is not always organized securely and productively and is used correctly. In addition, there is a lot of digital waste: at least thirty percent of the total organizational costs are spent on requesting data from other parties. A durable, data-driven and decentral society needs awareness and specific knowledge, skills and behaviour, also referred to as ‘data literacy’. It is for everybody important to have insight into what data are, how we can best organize the supply and demand. the production and consumption of data and what the consequences are of the choices we make. Yet ‘data literacy’ still sounds like a far-from-their-bed show to many people.

Why this webinar?
The aim is to increase awareness, transfer knowledge, provide insight into the practical applicability of data and organize the supply and demand of data.

Through this webinar you will become acquainted with Weconomics and our vision on organizing data from a new organizational perspective. For example, you can use this webinar as a preparation for a visit to our digital assembly line experience lab on the TU/e campus in Eindhoven.

This free lunch webinar takes place, with sufficient participants, in principle every first Monday of the month from 12:00 to a maximum of 13:30. If there is a transfer, an extra webinar may be organized.

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