How to be data-informed

How to be data-informed

"Data-informed" may be the business buzzword of the century thus far. Today, your student success initiatives, strategic decisions, and even your academic program decisions are all expected to be data-informed.

But what does that actually mean?

Internet pundits and business theorists will tell you about the many advanced technologies and arcane skills that you absolutely must have to be a data-informed administrator or director. In reality, though, you can improve your use of data—and your performance—by focusing on these five principles.

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