Data Literacy has to emerge outside the bubble, otherwise it won't work out with the Data Driven Company!
Lately, I've been getting the feeling that we data experts live in a bubble. More and more often I hear that we would like to become data driven, but the others just don't understand us. But isn't it up to us to communicate our knowledge in such a way that others understand us? It's often very much about technology and what technology can do. We also talk about how technology will change our lives and cost jobs. Sometimes we even make fun of exciting technology or how stupid it actually is, as in the case of Chat GPT. Everything is somehow negative. Shouldn't we talk about it in a more positive way and what all becomes possible when we draw the right path and how it can help us? I often take two guiding principles to heart.