The CEO of a large bio-sciences company announced an initiative to improve the speed and quality of decision-making by making data more accessible and usable to everyone in the organization. To accomplish this, the organization aims to provide decision-makers with access to data and the skills needed to apply it.
Due to the global regulatory landscape, the company is held to strict standards that require them to maintain compliance in all operations. But the data they use to demonstrate the safety and efficacy of their products and comply with other regulations is only as good as the skills of their people to access, understand, and use it. The organization has a large team of data and analytics partners whom team members can turn to for help answering business questions with data. However, in an increasingly data-driven business culture, the company recognizes the benefits of empowering all employees with data analytics skills. They have turned to Blueline to provide development opportunities that model the types of questions employees should be able to access and answer on their own. Equally important is understanding when it is appropriate to reach out to a data analytics partner for support.