The Chief Data Officer, or CDO, oversees the collation, analysis and distribution of data from high up in the corporation. But with over 2.5 quintillion bytes of data created every single day, the challenges this role faces can change on a regular basis. Data is the ultimate asset and competitive differentiator, so it’s important for CDOs to be adaptable and get the response to these challenges right.
To be successful, should a CDO:
Act like a change agent or an established insider?
Have true oversight or share accountability over multiple constituencies?
Focus on mainly defense or take proactive measures?
Find out how the role has changed over the past ten years and what it will take to become a CDO of the future.