by Andrew White | March 3, 2019 | Comments Off on 10 Reasons Why You Need to Improve your Data Literacy
Ten reasons why you need to increase your data literacy, or why you should engage with Gartner/and attend a Gartner Data and Analytics Conference:
Do you “see” your organization in any of these:
- We don’t need to leverage more data to make smarter decisions.
- Our analytics strategy is centered on delivering the best dashboards for our business users.
- Data and application silos do not slow us down and they make it easier to achieve our mission critical priorities
- We trust our data perfectly and have no issues whatsoever with data risk, data security, data privacy, data retention, or data availability
- We (IT) measure our effectiveness on the number of reports we publish to the business
- We budget every year for IT innovation and know that spending on new tools drives our success
- The IT vendors we work with have our primary business interests at heart when they proffer new solutions; as such we don’t need our own architecture
- We have an effective architecture office that sits “outside” of our business operations
- AI is the answer to most of our challenges so we just need to spend more
- We measure rigorously and easily the value and return of every data and analytics investment and this guides our future investments
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