Data literacy and data fabric: weaving our digital future

Article in partnership with Talend.

The “Dunning-Kruger effect” describes a tendency to overestimate our abilities, even when we have limited skills or information about a given topic. Within a corporate setting, this phenomenon is particularly dangerous. I say this because it implies that the less familiar someone is with data, the more convinced they will be that they are doing well and that they do not need to know how to process information to make strategic, far-reaching, or long-term decisions.

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Antonio Grasso

Entrepreneur, technologist, sustainability passionate | FRSA | Digital creator & B2B influencer | Author, mentor, researcher, speaker | Founder & CEO @dbi.srl