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Jeni Tennison: Using data to create impact

Jeni Tennison: Using data to create impact

This deck supports Jeni's talk on using data as a tool for more effective policy decisions. She discusses five different policy areas that data design patterns can be used in to make more timely and informed decisions. To see her talk, head to: http://power-of-data-2017.swirrl.com/

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June 15, 2017
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  1. Using data to create impact Some policy design patterns @JeniT

  2. Building a strong, fair and sustainable data economy by helping

    businesses and governments get data to people who need it
  3. https://www.flickr.com/photos/pkwflickr/6188760566/in/album-72157627764211574/ Roads help us navigate to a location Data helps

    us navigate to a decision
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  5. (open) data as a goal open by default impact through

    serendipitous reuse (open) data as a tool strategic open data impact by design @JeniT
  6. Design pattern a general reusable solution to a commonly occurring

    problem within a given context @JeniT
  7. Five themes improved consumer experience more efficient delivery market intervention

    better data management better policy making @JeniT
  8. Five themes improved consumer experience more efficient delivery market intervention

    better data management better policy making @JeniT
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    better data management better policy making @JeniT
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    better data management better policy making @JeniT
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    better data management better policy making @JeniT
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  20. Five themes improved consumer experience more efficient delivery market intervention

    better data management better policy making @JeniT
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  23. Learning more https://theodi.org/blog/policy-design-patterns-that-help-you-use-data-to-create-impact

  24. Implementing the patterns

  25. data changes decisions use data as a tool use open

    and shared data @JeniT
  26. Thank you @JeniT