Introduction to Leading Data-Driven Organizations

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At some point, executives and managers turn to data to learn about how business operations are performing. But in data-driven organizations, leaders and front-line employees alike use data and analytics not just to track performance, but to influence it systematically.

Leading a data-driven organization doesn’t come from ordering a bunch of new reports, or buying the latest technology tools. You have to change your decision-making culture, rethink your org chart and teach employees how to use data more effectively.

Read “Guide to Leading Data-Driven Organizations,” Data Informed’s introduction to the subject—including tips on deciding where to start, creating a data-focused culture, evaluating the need for in-house data scientists and more—by clicking here.

See these related articles:

How UPS Trains Front-Line Workers to Use Predictive Analytics

Inside the Obama Campaign’s Big Data Analytics Culture

Achieving Organizational Alignment for Big Data Analytics

Rethink Your Org Chart for Big Data Analytics Teams

Building Your Big Data Team

Opinion: Improving Decision Making by Accelerating Time-to-Answer

And check out other articles in Data Informed’s Guide series:

Guide to Marketing Analytics

Guide to Sentiment Analysis

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