With so much data all around us, more and more businesses are joining the pursuit of data culture. One may even say it has officially become a buzzword in the analytics community.
But, building a data culture needs to be treated as a strategic priority — not just a buzzword label.
So, what are the building blocks required to create a thriving data culture in your organization?
Ganes is an entrepreneur, AI thought leader, author, and TEDx speaker. Ganes advises executives of large organizations on data-driven decision making. His expertise lies in the application of data science to solve business challenges, and in building teams to promote a culture of data.
In this episode, he breaks down the 4 key indicators of a lasting data culture.
We also talked about:
- Why executives need to be the biggest advocates for data-driven change
- The mindset shift needed to seed a data culture
- The importance of having a technology strategy
- The role & authority of a Chief Data Officer
- Picking the right metric to measure success
- How to identify your internal data champions/early adopters
- The model for measuring data maturity
- How to define “data culture”
- Is data & analytics overvalued?
Check out these resources that were mentioned in the show:
- Check out Ganes’ article on Forbes about this topic
- Learn more about Gramener
- Sign up for Ganes’ “Our Data-Driven Future” newsletter
- Connect with Ganes on LinkedIn
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