The chief data officer (CDO) role is evolving, but one thing remains constant: they are the leaders responsible for creating business value from data. But the data and analytics teams cannot create this value alone. It takes the entire enterprise to get involved to transform data into an asset. According to this Gartner report, “Culture and data literacy are the top two roadblocks for data and analytics leaders.” How can you overcome these challenges?
“To achieve success in their role, data and analytics leaders, including chief data officers, must:
Download this Gartner report to learn why the CDO should be a ‘chief data influencer’ and create strong working relationships across departments to help their organization become data driven.
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Gartner, 10 Ways CDOs Can Succeed in Forging a Data-Driven Organization, Mike Rollings, Alan D. Duncan, Valerie Logan, 22 May 2019