Inaugural report finds that only 12% of companies score an “A” on data culture
The Alation State of Data Culture Report provides a quarterly snapshot of the progress enterprises have made in establishing a data culture within their organizations, including a surprising number of decision makers that rely on gut decision making, 67%.
The report also introduces the Data Culture Index™ (DCI), a quantitative assessment of how well an organization is positioned to enable data-driven decision making. Enterprises are scored based upon the adoption of the three pillar disciplines of data culture: data search & discovery, data literacy, and data governance.
Download the report to learn more about:
- The data culture disconnect and what organizations are doing to create a data culture
- Data quality remains the soft underbelly of data culture with decision makers often questioning data
- How COVID-19 is accelerating the move toward data culture