By Sarah C. Threnhauser

"What can be counted doesn't always count, and not everything that counts can be counted" - William Bruce Cameron When our team asks managers at health and human service organizations if they are “data literate,” the answer is almost always “yes.” But if you look at the definition of data literacy—the ability to derive meaningful information from data—I think many organizations are at the early stages of building a data literate organization (see It's All About The Data! and A Data-Driven Culture: What It Is & Why It's Important). [caption id="attachment_821424" align="alignright" width="150"] Tristan Keelan[/caption] But data literacy has moved…
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