In this learning path, you can explore all the critical data skills including how data works, where to find data, data privacy and governance, the future of data, and how to make data-driven decisions.
Master the conceptual understanding of how data works.
Learn how data work is done in organizations of all sizes.
Understand the mission-critical role of data governance.
Data Fluency: Exploring and Describing Data with Barton Poulson
Learn how anyone, in any industry, can speak the language of data analysis. Find out how to prepare data, explore it visually, and describe it using statistical methods.
4h 19m • COURSE
Learning Data Science: Understanding the Basics with Doug Rose
Get an introduction to data science designed for people who aren't planning on being full-time data scientists. Learn the basics of gathering and analyzing big data.
1h 16m • COURSE
Statistics Foundations: The Basics with Eddie Davila
Learn to understand your data using basics of statistics, such as defining the middle, mean, and median of your data set; measuring the standard deviation; and finding outliers.
30m 22s • COURSE
Understanding and Prioritizing Data Privacy with Michelle Dennedy
Get an introduction to the basics of data privacy: what it is, why it matters, and who it impacts, from consumers and private citizens to policymakers and C-suite business leaders.
1h 14m • COURSE
Learning Data Governance with Jonathan Reichental
Learn how to put a data governance program in place at your organization, to help ensure the consistent quality, availability, integrity, and usability of your data.
41m 4s • COURSE
Artificial Intelligence Tools and Concepts with Doug Rose
Explore the artificial intelligence tools and concepts that can solve some of today's most pressing business needs: logistics, customer support, inventory prediction, and more.
1h 33m • COURSE
Data-Driven Decision-Making for Business Professionals with Jamie Champagne
Learn how to use data to draw out powerful conclusions. This course identifies what you need for smart, data-driven decision-making.
59m 18s • COURSE
You'll learn basic data literacy skills with these experts.
Barton Poulson is a professor, designer, and data analytics expert.
Barton has bridged the analytic and aesthetic for most of his life, with a background in industrial design, a Ph.D. in social and personality psychology, and a deep love for data analysis and data visualization as well as the visual and performing arts. Bart is an associate professor of psychology at Utah Valley University and has studied at Brigham Young University, the University of Utah, and the City University of New York. In his role as a teacher of research and analysis, he has conducted hundreds of studies with his students on topics from social identity and aspirations to implicit preferences for poetry and architecture. Bart and his wife, Jacque Lynn Bell, a modern dance choreographer, live with their three children in beautiful Salt Lake City.
Doug Rose teaches Fortune 500s and next-gen project management professionals how to be agile and lead change.
Doug Rose specializes in organizational coaching, training, and change management. He's worked for more than 20 years transforming organizations with technology and training. He's helped several Fortune 500 clients optimize their business processes and improve productivity and delivery. His most recent book is Leading Agile Teams. He also teaches several lively and engaging courses at the University of Chicago, Syracuse University, Emory University, and the University of Virginia.
Doug has a master's degree in information management and a juris doctor (JD) degree. He is a certified Project Management Professional (PMP), Agile Certified Professional (PMI-ACP), Certified ScrumMaster (CSM), Certified Scrum Professional (CSP), and CompTIA Certified Technical Trainer (CTT+), as well as a Cloudera Certified Developer for Apache Hadoop (CCHD).
Eddie Davila is the associate chair for the Supply Chain Management program at Arizona State University.In addition to serving as associate chair, Eddie is a principal lecturer for the highly ranked Supply Chain Management program in the W.P. Carey School of Business at Arizona State University. Eddie has taught over 30,000 students in person and millions more online via videos and digital textbooks. His digital content is used by both top-ranked universities and Fortune 500 companies around the world. He has also provided consulting services for companies in the energy, publishing, retail, technology, global health, and agriculture industries. Eddie likes to spend his spare time on a yoga mat.
Michelle Dennedy is the VP and chief privacy officer at Cisco.
She works to raise awareness and create tools that promote privacy, quality, integrity, respect, and asset-level possibilities for data. Michelle is passionate about data privacy, data protection, and building better technology that matters. She works closely with families, executives, innovators, and dreamers at all levels and in businesses and organizations at all stages to support the combination of policy, practice, and tools.
Dr. Jonathan Reichental is an award-winning technology leader.
In 2013, he was recognized as one of the 25 doers, dreamers, and drivers in government in America. His innovative work in government has also been recognized by the White House. Dr. Reichental works with his teams to apply technology innovation in organizations to create new value and to enable work to be more meaningful and fun. He is a popular writer, recently coauthoring The Apps Challenge Playbook, and he is a frequent public speaker on a wide range of technology and business-related topics. He teaches classes at University of California, Berkeley, and at the University of San Francisco.
Jamie Champagne is a passionate business analysis professional, speaker, and trainer.
Jamie embodies business analysis and adds value to those around her every day. An accomplished speaker and trainer, she enjoys teaching others how to improve their business analysis skill sets, discover unique ways to look at the world, and be more accomplished with measurable results. Her company, Champagne Collaborations, allows her to partner with growing organizations and amazing entrepreneurs to collaborate and achieve powerful insights that enable teams to be wildly successful with all their change initiatives. A strong background in business analysis, project management, process improvement, and knowledge management has allowed her to work across industries with organizations around the world.
When she's not collaborating with her business partners, you can find her collaborating with her friends and family in the Hawaiian waters on a surfboard.