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5 Primary Activities for CIOs Transforming to a Data-Driven Organization

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5 Primary Activities for CIOs Transforming to a Data-Driven Organization

No one said transforming to a data-driven organization was going to be easy...

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A transformation expert offers guidance for transforming an organization to a data-driven powerhouse.


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For chief information officers, chief data officers and IT executives, the transformation to a data-driven organization means a complex, demanding and urgent task. To help leaders devise a strategy and plan, Isaac Sackolickauthor of Driving Digital: The Leader’s Guide to Business Transformation Through Technology – offers five crucial areas for focus. Decision makers at organizations embarking on – or already undertaking – a data-driven transformation will appreciate Sackolick’s insight-packed article.

Summary

Transforming organizations to become data driven requires a strategy.

Chief information officers (CIOs) and IT leaders already understand the imperative for their organizations to become data-driven. These leaders see the value of data and the necessity of managing data appropriately while making it available for organizationwide use. Such a demanding and significant transformation requires a strategy. To formulate that strategy, consider focusing on five core areas.

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About the Author

Isaac Sacolick is the author of Driving Digital: The Leader’s Guide to Business Transformation through Technology. He has led digital transformation, innovation, agile, and data science programs in multiple organizations.


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