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Data is one of your organization’s most valuable assets. If you manage and use it properly, you can uncover trends and use that information to boost business.
To get there you need a strategy that puts data front and center.
We've developed a strategy framework that will help you use all valuable data. It's centered around six phases of the data lifecycle, each step tailored to your organization.
You start by asking yourself how you want to use your data to accomplish your mission. Then you establish goals, identify key people and technology, and consider cultural implications during each of the six phases outlined in the infographic below. Governance and data management underpin the framework and help guide you through the oversight, control, and execution of your data activities.
If you’re in charge of propelling data and analytics forward in your organization, download our Data and Analytics Catalyst guide to determine what type of leader you are. It contains structured approaches to help all types of leaders effectively apply data strategy to transform their organizations.
Download A Framework to Guide Your Data Strategy below.