Data-Driven Decision-Making For The Post Pandemic Market
June 10, 2021
More competition, workforce shortages, and changing reimbursement models are making data-driven decision-making more important for health and human service organizational sustainability. Data-driven strategy shifts, coupled with daily actions, are required and can be hindered by cultural norms that maintain status quo and workforce routines. How can you break out of these norms and move to being a data-driven culture? This forum will focus on how to steps for creating daily work habits that will lead to an overall data-driven culture and strategy.
This forum session will cover:
- Post Pandemic market shifts that require organization change
- What is culture and how do we change it
- Steps to implement a data driven culture
- Turning actions into habits
- Building a sustainable data driven culture
Carol Clayton, Ph.D., Senior Associate, OPEN MINDS
Carol Clayton brings over 30 years of experience in the health and human service fields to the OPEN MINDS team. She has a wealth of experience both in clinical work and in executive management. Her areas of expertise include data-driven strategy development and management, performance measurement and outcomes reporting, quality improvement, and growth strategies.
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