Communicating Data for Impact
Change comes more swiftly when problem solvers are armed with the right data. But with an ever-increasing number of ways to collect every and any kind of data, what is the right data? And once we’ve identified the right data, how do we effectively communicate them to those in a position to influence public policy?
Communicating data and maximizing impact is about supplying the right audience with the right amount of data in the right format. And in order to increase the likelihood that a target audience will pay attention, one must consider the appropriate timing and channel(s) for delivery of the data.
That’s where Communicating Data for Impact comes in. In this white paper, you’ll learn how to:
- Identifying audience types and their tendencies
- Identify the types of data each audience needs
- Choose the right data products and tools to communicate most effectively
- Learn about real-world examples from the massive Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation’s (IHME) study, the Global Burden of Disease
- See how Why Florence Nightingale is relevant to this subject (seriously!)
And rest assured – some of the brightest data-centric minds are behind Communicating Data for Impact:
- Peter Speyer: Global Head of Real World Evidence Solutions, Novartis
- William Heisel: Director of Global Engagement, Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation (IHME)
- Nam-ho Park: Former West Coast Managing Director, Forum One
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