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.
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