Thursday - May 14, 2020 | 2 pm Eastern / 11 am Pacific
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As a government communicator, you know that input “data” comes in from many channels, like meetings, phone calls, emails, social media, online polls, online engagement, and scientific surveys. You also know the value of data in decision making. But do you know which data you need for which decisions? What channels are good for what data? What makes data unrepresentative or even dangerous?
In this entertaining webinar, you’ll get these answers and more from a data expert, as you learn the surprising science of community input. Packed with helpful frameworks and interesting facts, this session left recent Certified Public Communicator students at TCU “wanting more.” You’ll learn strategies and tools to better manage the input you have and to get the good data you need. You’ll learn how to save time and avoid mistakes by ignoring bad data. You’ll even have the chance to get live answers to your specific input questions and challenges.
Kevin Lyons learned statistics in two different Ph.D. programs, so you don’t have to – now his passion is making science easy for anyone to understand and use. After 25 years of learning about good governance from Nobel prize-winning academics, leading practitioners, and a few incorrigible rogues, he can finally explain everything you need to know in terms of pizza and beer. He is the Co-Founder and Chief Scientist for Governance Sciences Group, and co-inventor of FlashVote (statistically valid community input in 48 hours for government decision support). He has formal training from the University of California, Berkeley in the Business and Public Policy Ph.D. Program of the Haas School of Business and the Ph.D. program in Chemical Engineering at UCSB, where he also learned to surf.