Webinar: Harnessing the power of data through Dashboards

Ce webinaire sera aussi donné en français le 15 décembre 2021!

With the rapid spread of easy-to-use data collection solutions, most organizations are now able to collect large amounts of information on their activities and resources. But once collected, putting all that data to good use is not easy

It can be tricky to find the right balance between rich and complex graphics and visualizations with the clear insights to drive daily decision-making. It can also be hard to know what data is going to be useful for which decision or to build a new workflow including data analysis for decision-makers.

In that webinar session, drawing from our extensive experience in building custom dashboards for healthcare and educational organizations, we will go step-by-step through the process of building a dashboard that can actually be used by practitioners on a daily basis.

At the end of the webinar, you will know where to start with your current data, and how to plan for the development of useful dashboards.

About the Speakers

Guillaume Deflaux

Guillaume Deflaux is the Chief Operating Officer at IT4LIFE . He has 15 years of experience in ICT4D. He has led the design and implementation of programs in the areas of health, child protection and juvenile justice in a wide range of contexts and organizations. He has a strong experience with CommCare. Notably, he led the deployment of CommCare-based tools at a national scale in Burkina Faso and South Africa. He also oversaw the integration of CommCare with the national DHIS2 instance.

Alex Kaldjian

Alex is a data scientist at Bluesquare, where his work focuses on analysis and visualization of infectious disease surveillance data. Before joining the company he was a research fellow at the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation in Seattle, Washington (USA).

Grégoire Lurton

Grégoire leads the Data Science team at Bluesquare managing the data analytics and other complex calculations required to understand the impact of delivery of health care services. He also manages the data analysis and visualization for a project in Mali, Niger, Tchad and DRC. In addition, he is running a project to map out services available in the DRC and Uganda by combining geospatial,  population, and geosensing to accurately understand what services are available compared to estimated population sizes. He has over 10 Years of professional experience in more than 20 countries.