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Posts Tagged ‘Data maturity’
Regardless of industry, size, maturity, or a variety of other organizational factors, CDOs are converging around some core ideas of what their role is—and what that means for their mission.
What is changing in data governance, how these changes can help you get more value out of your data, and what you can do to adapt to these changes.
Sanjay Mathur, CEO and cofounder of SVDS and Scott Kurth, VP of Advisory Services, will discuss what you can do to begin leading a change in how data is used inside your organization.
We believe maturity is defined by the ability to derive value from data: we focus on outcomes, not simply grading base operational capabilities. The first of two online seminars about data maturity, this session will focus on what data is doing for your business to shape the way you assess your capabilities, as well as where you should invest in improvements.
In a previous post on data maturity, we discussed a company that was just embarking on a transformation: launching a new services business and building data capabilities to support that business. But what if you’re not starting from the beginning?
No two situations are the same, but we have found one truism: making a data transformation successful requires much more than simply getting the technology right.