data literacy

Data is supposed to be the bedrock of digital transformation, unlocking insights, efficiencies and even new business models. But new research suggests most Australian workers are not even able to utilise data, let alone generate additional value from it. Research from the Data Literacy Project – a joint initiative between

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Just 12 per cent of healthcare professionals across Australia, and an average of 15 per cent of healthcare professionals around the world are fully confident in their ability to read, work, analyse and argue with data, according to research study commissioned by data analytics firm, Qlik. Sign up for Which-50’s Irregular

US-based software company, Qlik today announced its intention to drive data literacy in Australia by partnering with more than 20 educational universities across the country. The Qlik Academic Program will provide educational institutions including Macquarie University, Monash University, Swinburne University, the University of Melbourne, the University of New South Wales,