Data Sharing Coalition releases Use case playbook to kickstart new data sharing use cases

Data Sharing Coalition releases Use case playbook to kickstart new data sharing use cases

This content was created by the Data Sharing Coalition, one of the founding partners of the CoE-DSC.

Today the Data Sharing Coalition (DSC) releases the Use case playbook, a document that provides its readers with a step-by-step approach to kickstart their data sharing use cases.

Tackling the challenges that organisations face when starting a data sharing use case

People across all industries are looking to develop new data sharing use cases in order to address a certain opportunity or challenge. However, developing a new data sharing use case is often a complex endeavour. Use case development challenges may include identifying relevant opportunities, defining a clear scope, assessing the potential for all involved stakeholders, assessing the scope implications on design and creating a use case design that is scalable and reusable.

In order to tackle these challenges, the Data Sharing Coalition developed the Use case playbook. This document provides a step-by-step approach to accelerate use case realisation. It guides its readers through several steps and templates that enable them to kickstart their data sharing use case. The playbook is available for anyone.

Download the Playbook

A separate document with only the templates can be downloaded here.

Discuss your use case with the Data Sharing Coalition

The Data Sharing Coalition supports multiple data sharing use cases with expertise, dedicated time from the DSC project team and insights from other data sharing contexts. Would you like to discuss your use case with the DSC project team? Please send us an email: info@coe-dsc.nl

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