Every company is a data company
Organizations are investing trillions of dollars to collect, store, and protect their data, but 70% of these initiatives are failing. Why? Because data on its own cannot help you succeed and technology alone won’t help you get ahead of your competitors. Here’s the stark truth: Most organizations struggle to engage their people and manage change. They fail at the level of the individual, and they fail to bring those individuals together. They fail to build a culture where data is valued and applied to everyday decisions. But it doesn’t have to be this way.
Data Culture starts with people
Every employee holds the ability to discover the next breakthrough. The promise of modern analytics is that you can harness that ability, and anyone can find business-altering insights in their data. Imagine if these moments weren’t standout occurrences, but the norm for every employee. If the people with the subject matter knowledge had access to trusted and governed data they needed to make decisions. If there was a supportive community to fuel learning and engagement. If you could set up an adaptable and agile system to grow with your needs. Imagine if data was woven into the fabric of your organization. This is a Data Culture.