On-Demand Webinar

Viz Responsibly: How Tableau Is Helping Customers Respond to the COVID-19 Crisis

The change brought about by COVID-19 continues to evolve. Government organizations are altering how and where people do their work to keep employees safe. Operating models are also being revised to adapt to the “new normal”. What’s clear is that data-driven decisions have been – and will continue to be – critical every step of the way.

In this session, Jeremy Blaney will introduce you to the COVID-19 Data Hub, a free resource page where you can access data visualizations, curated data sources, and quick-start Tableau dashboards. Jeremy will also share how these resources can help government organizations lead through change by:

  • Keeping citizens informed of the latest developments
  • Ramping up teleworking and returning to work as soon as it is safe to do so
  • Incorporating the principles & practices of the federal data strategy to leverage data as a strategic asset during this time
  • Accelerating their digital transformation journey more broadly through the Tableau Blueprint

This is part of the Leading Through Change in Government webinar series.

About the speaker


Jeremy Blaney

Director, Tableau Blueprint

Jeremy is the Director, Tableau Blueprint. In addition, he leads Data Strategy for the Tableau COVID-19 Data Hub. Outside of work, Jeremy is a lecturer on data and analytics The Fletcher School at Tufts University. Jeremy's experience in the analytics space is both governmental and private. He served in the U.S. Air Force for 10 years. He also worked in financial services, leading workforce analytics projects in support of diversity and inclusion. He's a proud Michigan State grad (GO GREEN!) and he holds a Master of Arts in Diplomacy from Norwich University and a Master of International Business from The Fletcher School at Tufts University. Jeremy lives in Virginia with his wife and two children.

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