24 February 2021
How to connect your decision makers with the right information at the right time is a critical issue for organisations. This forum explored some of the problems this causes for organisations and how to improve performance and outcomes.
How to connect your decision makers with the right information at the right time is a critical issue for organisations.
Information overload and the lack of unified information governance is an issue for many organisations. This virtual forum explored some of the problems this causes for organisations and how to improve performance and outcomes.
Our experts Sarah Auva’a, Ronke Ekwensi & Susan Bennett, discussed:
- The differences and values of soft and hard information
- What is good data?
- Decision-making frameworks for organisations
- Connecting your data and your people.
Date: February 24, 2021
Start time: 12:00 AEST
End time: 13:30 AEST
Venue: Zoom Meeting
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