Data Culture Toolkit: Self Assessment

Data teams are convened to use data to plan and make decisions about programs and services. Thoughtfully forming or maintaining a team may not be easy, but a well-balanced and effective team can have a positive impact on the data generated. It is important to reflect on and discuss the group’s strengths and weaknesses as they relate to building and maintaining a culture of data use (i.e., teaming, data management, data-informed inquiry, and monitoring and communication).

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Published August 2017.