Technology and data management

DEFINITION

Keeping up-to-date on technological developments and overseeing effective use of technology to achieve results. Ensuring access to and security of technology systems. Planning and managing data storage and retrieval systems by ensuring the application of generally accepted data standards and processes.
 

Proficiency Levels

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You have an awareness of the basic concepts of data management. You have knowledge of the principals, methods, and techniques of information technology (IT), including cybersecurity.

You have a basic understanding of data management principles, procedures, and tools. You participate in identifying general technology and data requirements for your area of responsibility.

You apply data management principles, procedures, and tools to facilitate decision making. You identify technology requirements and evaluate solutions to meet those requirements. You apply knowledge of IT systems to ensure access to, and security of, those systems.

You have an advanced understanding of data management principles, procedures, and can streamline data collection processes to gain efficiency and enhance productivity for the organization. You develop evaluation criteria to assess the effectiveness and adequacy of technology within the organization. You participate in the development of technology and data management strategy, to include cybersecurity.

You serve as a key resource and advise others on technology and data management. You identify shortcomings in technology and data managements systems and can advocate for and implement solutions to resolve those shortcomings. You provide vision for organizational technology and data management strategies.

Learning Content

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Infographics provide a visual representation of information related to their topic of learning. They are often used in support of training activities, such as formal courses or independent studies, but may also be useful for employees as stand-alone resources.

 

Name

Awareness / Basic

Intermediate

Advanced / Expert

The Foundational Four: Charts and Graphs for Data Storytelling

 

 

These 5 – 10 minute podcasts include facilitated discussions on select competency-related topics. They contain tips and techniques listeners can learn and quickly apply on-the-job.

 

Name

Awareness / Basic

Intermediate

Advanced / Expert

Five Steps of Data Storytelling

 

 

Gaining Buy-In of New Tools and Technology

 

 

You can participate in recorded interactive webinars and complete learning activities in real-time through the offerings below. To complete any webinar, you will need to access and complete all listed learning materials listed for each.


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Name

Awareness / Basic

Intermediate

Advanced / Expert

Cloud Computing Models: Technology and Security

On-demand recording:
Option 1 - Open Through YouTube
(URL: youtu.be/-gGDX2r1l0E)
Option 2 - Download file directly

Workbook: For both live and recorded
session

 

 

Data Management: The Storytelling Method

On-demand recording:
Option 1 - Open Through YouTube
(URL: youtu.be/yhjMjMeqmbY)
Option 2 - Download file directly

Workbook: For both live and recorded
session

 

 

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