According to research data specialists, 79% of their time is spent finding and organising data. The FAIR (Findable, Accessible, Interoperable, Reusable) data guiding principles were created to save researchers time and help to maximise the impact of health data.
Practical implementation of these principles, however, is easier said than done. Join us for our virtual session: Driving FAIR in BioPharma and hear the lessons learned from implementation and benchmark how you can improve FAIRification programmes in your organization.
How FAIR Champions Enable Change Management
During this virtual discussion we’ll look at who are the senior stakeholders and sponsors involved in driving change management, and how companies can achieve “intent to insight” across all their data.
- Who are the senior stakeholders involved in driving change management?
- Hear real examples where FAIR data efforts have delivered value
- How do you establish FAIR investment? How do you get to the right sponsors?
- With many organisations only being surface-level FAIR, how FAIR is FAIR enough?