For organizations creating a Data Culture, data and analytics communities provide spaces for individuals to come together and reinforce shared values and behaviors, sparking the energy and support that is necessary to tip the scales and make cultural change stick.
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It isn’t just our analysts who are data champions. We have a concept called ‘positive deviance,’ which celebrates people using data in a positive way. Those people will then be actively pushing their peers, asking them to do the same.
Users want to see each other succeed. On [our] community page, people will ask Tableau questions, and you'll immediately see one of the other, more experienced users answering
The value of Tableau has been really igniting and bringing together our community [...] providing an avenue for them to work together in a way they weren’t able to do before.
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