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IO2 Responsible Data Driven Strategy


Data Driven Strategy

In this course Data Driven Strategy ,you will learn to apply your understanding of the technical and organizational aspects to recognize how they are employed in an organization's digital transformation and decision-making processes.

Due to the growing interest in data-driven innovation, organisations have employed countless initiatives to benefit from new opportunities using big data and data analytics. As a result of the rise of (big) data analytics, the adoption of data-driven decision-making systems and processes is accelerated even further. Many organisations struggle to benefit from these data-driven innovations. Some are hesitant to act, and others simply lack the knowledge to act on these opportunities. At the same time, data-driven innovation, in particular automated decision-making, is not free of risks. An increasing number of experts warn that the use of (big) data analytics could harm privacy, freedom, democracy and could even increase inequality. In this course we pay attention to the technical, organizational, and ethical dimensions of strategic data-driven decision making. We take a closer look at the skills and techniques for visualizing the data-driven insights in a responsible way. We learn to reflect on the ethical dimension and risks of using data-driven decision making.

This is the first MOOC of the Specialization: Data Driven World.

Course Instructor

Sanne ten Tije

Sanne ten Tije

Sanne ten Tije is a lecturer at Saxion University of Applied Sciences. She also holds a position as researcher on the research group Digital Intelligence and Business.

About Saxion University of Applied Sciences

Saxion helps you to prepare for a world that is getting smarter. The world is getting smarter. Every day we see products, services and solutions that were not there yesterday. Saxion believes that people should be central in this process. That is why we prepare our students in various ways for their future role in this dynamic society.

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