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Rich Data, Poor Data: Elevating Your Data Quality

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Does your data leave you at risk of making faulty decisions? Most of us are using data to determine which problems are truly problems, where to spend precious resources, the best product offerings, critical policymaking, and beyond. With the increased ability to capture and store large amounts of data, businesses, hospitals, government institutions, and many others rely on big data.

While the use of big data is not new, any organization relying on it to make decisions needs to consider the reliability of the data collected. As the saying goes, “garbage in—garbage out.” If the collected data is inaccurate, imprecise, or unstable, then the resulting decisions can lead us in the wrong direction.


Join Guest Host, and Master Belt, Amita Sherwood at the Cafe on Thursday, June 27th to learn 4 essential techniques to help you assess and improve the quality of your big data. Use good data to drive success.


  • What is big data?

  • Big data ≠ good data

  • How to assess big data quality

  • Q&A

“The real voyage of discovery consists not in seeking new lands, but in seeing with new eyes.” – Marcel Proust

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Tracy O'Rourke

Two things about my work intrigue me. I love helping clients solve their culture puzzle. What’s working well? What’s not? What norms hold the current culture in place? How can we understand the root causes behind why the culture is the way it is? Then we work to build an intentional culture. 

At the individual level, I love the “Aha” moment when people realize that this stuff works. I love it when they’re hungry to apply the concepts even more. These are my true rewards.  


Elisabeth Swan

I’m a translator. I love taking complicated topics and deciphering them, so they make sense to myself and everyone around me. I love collaborating with clients and colleagues to build a problem-solving culture together. I get a huge sense of satisfaction working with others to overcome seemingly intractable organizational barriers.


I get a kick out of sharing what I’ve learned so the people I work with don’t have to struggle quite so much for so long or at least not as much as I did. I love the moment when a student no longer needs me.

“I haven’t failed. I just found 10,000 ways that didn’t work.” – Thomas Edison

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Solving problems is messy. Changing the culture takes time. Working remotely is still new. But it’s all a bit easier when you have someone to lean on. There's a place for everyone to gather! Come hang out at the Just-In-Time Cafe where problem solvers enjoy vital connections. Come find inspiration and learn from friends, experts and colleagues. 

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