Learn why you should defend the value of using screen sharing, showing, and teaching with data and models for maximum efficacy. Discover why screen sharing and showing how to use and interpret data is valuable.
- One of the biggest challenges … when you're working with data … is making it tangible to others around you. … For example, if you have new team members … and they might not analyze data the same way, … or they're working with a new program for the first time, … it's very difficult to just discuss it. … It's often a lot easier to show folks. … And this is why one of the most valuable things you can do … as a best practice when working with data … is to do screen sharing and to show and tell … those around you what the best practices are … when working with data. … It's just a lot easier to show people. … It makes it more tangible … and then they'll see how to work their way … around the program. … This is why, for example, a lot of LinkedIn Learning courses … about data involve some level of screen capture videos … because it's just best to show people … what the best thing to do is. … And this is something that works very well … either with in-person teams or remote teams … because even if you're in person, …
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