Leaders know the importance of data. The challenge is how to put that data to use in order to drive the organization forward. Being a data-driven organization means culturally treating data as a strategic asset and then building capabilities to put that asset to use not just for big decisions but also for everyday action on the front line.
This executive guide from MIT Sloan Management Review provides you with insights, research, and strategies to:
- How companies can grow their data and analytics talent
- Changing culture is central to changing business models
- Why chief data officers must assume leadership for data success
- Top-down leadership for data: seven ways to get started
- Leading with decision-driven data analytics
Change your mindset to change your organization. Accelerate your transformation to become data-driven by reading the guide.