Demand for data catalogs is soaring as organizations struggle to inventory distributed data assets to facilitate data monetization and conform to regulations.*

Gartner says, "Culture and data literacy are the top two roadblocks for data and analytics leaders"

The Chief Data Officer role is still new, untested, and amorphous. To achieve clarity of role and purpose CDOs need to act quickly and decisively to determine the data-driven ambitions of the enterprise, set their scope, and actively communicate their role. In Gartner’s latest research, learn about the trends that are shaping the role of CDOs.

10 Ways CDOs Can Succeed in Forging a Data-Driven Organization

10 Ways CDOs Can Succeed in Forging a Data-Driven Organization




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Below are the recommendations as mentioned in the report:

Establish clarity for the CDO’s role and purpose by defining and advocating the role’s vision, priorities and scope

Transform the enterprise by prioritizing cultural change and fostering a data-driven orientation

Apply all of these 10 best practices to aid the data-driven transformation of their enterprise

Apply asset management disciplines to select information assets and borrow ideas from other industries and competitors to monetize their data

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*Gartner "10 Ways CDOs Can Succeed in Forging a Data- Driven Organization", Mike Rollings, Alan D. Duncan, Valerie Logan, May 22, 2019  

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