Learn the language and build a business case to convince your colleagues to embrace open data.
Our half-day workshop gives you the framework for delivering the perfect pitch for open data. Create the business case, learn the structure that can overcome objections, and get your project signed off fast.
By the end of our workshop you will understand:
How to quickly build a compelling business case from simple case studies
The language that brings home the opportunity of open data to your colleagues
A five-point pitch structure to stop wasting time and get to the point
One technique to make sure you leave every meeting on open data with a decision
This one is for the open data advocates. You are likely to believe open data has benefits for the organisation but can’t convince your colleagues to share your enthusiasm. You could be at any level and from any background, but are likely to be speaking with people about the subject regularly. You need the drive to advocate for change and the commitment to get things done.
As a special offer, book your place on our Building a Business Case for Open Data Workshop and receive a 50% discount code off our Open Data Strategy Workshop. If you attend both workshops on the same day, we will also provide you with a free lunch.
Your unique discount code will be provided when you sign up to this workshop.
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The Open Data Institute connect, equip and inspire people around the world to innovate with data.
We were co-founded by Sir Tim Berners-Lee and Sir Nigel Shadbolt, and offer training, membership, events and consultancy around open data.