Data Strategy

Effective use of technology and data in sports

Effective use of technology and data in sports

Sports across codes and the world expect decision makers, like referees, to make perfect decisions with the tech and data they have at their fingertips. The passion of the sports fan and the desire for the ref to make the correct ‘call’ is not going anywhere. So is technology to blame? Is the data inaccurate? Or is human error unavoidable? Let’s explore.

Data Lifecyle Management eBook

Data Lifecyle Management eBook

This eBook shows you the best practices on data lifecycle management; collect the data you need, store it securely while you need it, dispose of it when it is no longer needed.

The Healthcare CFO Guide

The Healthcare CFO Guide

Maximise the benefits of your health information management team. Learn how to unlock operational efficiencies and extract more value out of budgets and resources.

Balancing Data Collection and Data Privacy

Balancing Data Collection and Data Privacy

Organisations are collecting more personal data than ever. Whether to provide a better user experience, improve services and operations, innovate, predict trends, or stay competitive, organisations can extract a lot of value from consumer data.

Organisational Transformation e-book

Organisational Transformation e-book

Have you considered if your technology is enabling you to make the most of the data you have? Will the organisation transformation allow you access to and analyses of accurate data you’ll need in the future? This ebook will help you with that.

Manage data collection processes

Manage data collection processes

How can organisations effectively manage data collection processes and avoid the risks of data overcollection?
Writer: Rob D’Astolto

A Data Roadmap

A Data Roadmap

In this article we look at one activity that’s beneficial to a data program of work – creating a Data Roadmap that aligns to your transformation program.

Are You Collecting The Data You Need?

Are You Collecting The Data You Need?

Are you collecting the data you need? Collecting more data does not necessarily lead to more useful information or better decision-making. In fact, the overcollection of data can lead to wasted resources.