Learn how to contrast the use of data versus physical items at work. Devise ways to address the intangible by using screen capture. Discover how to show colleagues how to use data and make it tangible in the inherent face of intangibility. This is doubly true when working with a remote team.
- I have good news and bad news … about working with virtual teams and data. … The good news is many of the things … working with a virtual team are similar … to working in person. … The bad news is there are a lot of risks … when working with data, not just data hygiene or bias, … but there are also problems with conveying the information. … This can be more complicated virtually, … but even in person, sometimes showing people … how data works requires people to both be in a spreadsheet … at the same time. … So in many respects, … working virtually, and working with data, … discussing data requires essentially the same activities … as if you were sitting next to someone. … It's very seldom where I've been working on data … and a bunch of people kind of huddled around me. … It's much more common that the people working on the data … are all at their separate computers. … And so it is when you have a virtual team. … …
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