Data has become increasingly common in our day-to-day lives. It has become easier than ever to collect, analyze, and share data than ever before. What implications does this have for us and how we make decisions in organizations? In this episode we discuss the rise of data in society, some of the ethical implications of collecting and using data in organizations, and preview our mini-series on data literacy coming in 2021.
1:45: Where is data becoming more prevalent in society?
8:35: Increased use of data in organizations
10:45: Is collecting more data a good thing?
14:04: How do we approach collecting and using data?
21:15: How do we consume data as individuals?
27:33: Final thoughts and upcoming mini-series on data literacy
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