Explore Tableau Blueprint: Strategy & Teams
Get buy-in, alignment, and participation to orchestrate change
Discovery is critical for gathering the information you need to execute on your organization’s vision for analytics. The better you understand your organization’s requirements, the better you will be able to proactively support the growth of analytics and the broad use of data. Valuable inputs from across the organization will help to guide your analytics deployment and future state—including roles, responsibilities, architecture, processes, and the success measurements to understand progress.
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You'll use the Tableau Blueprint Planner in a foundational discovery process to define the current state and vision for your analytics program. You'll gather inputs from across the organization to identify short and long-term goals and align on a clear vision for analytics in your organization. By linking strategic initiatives, metrics, and desired outcomes to data and analytics, you can motivate your organization and drive change.
This topic covers:
- Roles and responsibilities
- Enterprise architecture survey
- Data and analytics survey
- Use cases and data sources
- Education role mapping
- Community planning
Executive Advocacy and Project Teams
You'll solidify executive sponsors to play an integral role in setting the company's direction and overcoming organizational roadblocks to becoming a data-driven organization. These visible and vocal advocates will work with a cross-functional project team that includes IT and BI professionals, Tableau administrators, and power users across different departments in your organization.
This topic covers:
- Planning and execution
- Defining governance processes, roles and responsibilities
- Establishing user onboarding programs and schedules
- Building your internal community