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MindLabMorgen on unused data

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Data is everywhere. But how do we get hold of our relevant data and prioritize among the massive amounts? And what tools do we need to transform unstructured data loads into concrete, valuable insights?

Ministries, agencies and municipalities produce unlimited amounts of data. Everything from statistics, record and notes to e-mails, documents and reports. At the same time, the outside world adds to the amount of data in the form of media coverage and news on all kinds of social media. But the flow of bulging data is neither orderly nor useful in its raw form and often ends its days in desk drawers or on forgotten drives.

At this MindLabMorgen you can gain insight into data as valuable resources for all public organizations, that want deeper insight into its users, its environment and themselves.

Tuesday, February 21 Anders Koed Madsen and Anders Kristian Munk from Tekno Anthropological Laboratory at Aalborg University will tell how digital methods can help transform complex data loads into concrete, strategic insights for your organization. They will do this through cases from their collaborations with among others the Royal Theatre, the cities of Copenhagen and Aalborg, and the Danish Board of Technology Foundation.

If you are a public employee, you are welcome to stay after the presentation and get coaching on what data resources your organization might hold. At the same time, you can get an overview of the digital methods available to utilize them strategically.

Note that the talk will be in Danish

 

Program:

8.20-8.30: Coffee and croissants

8.30-8.35: Intro by MindLab

8.35-9.30: Presentation by Anders Koed Madsen and Anders Kristian Munk from Tekno Anthropological Laboratory

9.30-9.45: Questions

9.45-10.00: A short break

10.00-10.15: Coaching together with the presenters. This part of the event is reserved for public servants.

11.00: Thank you for today

 

MindLabMorgen is free, but you must register here:

info@mind-lab.dk – type “21. february” in the subject field.