Sitka Technology Group

Field Technology Conference 2017

Data Management Best Practices:  The Do's and Don'ts for Program Success
Presented:  Tuesday, 7 November 2017
Presenter:  Brian Knowles (Sitka Technology Group)


Presentation Overview
At the root of any successful natural resource management program is a well-thought-out and clearly-defined data management strategy. To ensure an optimal plan with widespread, durable adoption the strategy must be organized around the people in your organization and how systems can best support their critical work. When done correctly, you will enjoy improved operational efficiencies, be able to track performance against defined goals, and turn field data into actionable intelligence.


YouTube Link | 35 minutes 18 seconds

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Upcoming Events

Dec. 3, 2018, 9:00 AM (EST)
Dec. 7, 2018, 5:00 PM (EST)
Washington, DC

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ACES 2018

Presenting + Attending

ACES: A Community on Ecosystem Services represents a dynamic and growing international assembly of professionals, researchers, and policy-makers involved with ecosystem services. The ACES 2018 conference will focus on linking state-of-the-art science, practice, and decision making by bringing together the ecosystem services community and decision makers from around the United States and the globe. ACES 2018 will engage leaders in government, NGOs, academia, Native American tribes, and the private sector to advance the use of ecosystem services science and practice in resource management and other societal decisions.

Liz Christeleit will present "How Open-Source Technology is Maximizing Data Value and Fostering Collaboration for Large Land Management Organizations" from 10:30am to 11:30am on Thursday, October 25.


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