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New Research: How Chief Data Officers Can Succeed by Driving Analytic Value

by Andrew White  |  March 21, 2016  |  3 Comments

My colleagues Alan Duncan and Frank Buytendijk just published a note: How Chief Data Officers can Succeed by Driving Analytic Value.

Chief data officers and analytics leaders must identify the areas of business change that will derive most value from analytic insight and track the accruing outcomes and benefits, focusing efforts on engaging with customers and building an ecosystem of relationships.

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Andrew White
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  1. wayne says:

    Thanks for sharing! I really hope this can be applied to countries outside of U.S.

    The mindset in Malaysia is so much different.

  2. […] My colleagues Alan Duncan and Frank Buytendijk just published a note: How Chief Data Officers can Succeed by Driving Analytic Value. Chief data officers and analytics leaders must identify the areas of business change that will derive most value from analytic insight and track the accruing outcomes and benefits, focusing efforts on engaging with customers …  […]

  3. Georgia says:

    very insightful! I agree on the approach.



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