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Organizations are experiencing a data revolution as they harness data to drive decision-making, gain efficiencies, and free up staff to perform more meaningful work. However, not all organizations have been able to fully take advantage of their data.
Booz Allen conducted a first of its kind study on public and private sector Data and Analytics Catalysts, or leaders with titles such as Chief Data Officer (CDO), Chief Analytics Officer (CAO), Chief Data Scientist (CDS), or Director of Data and Analytics, to identify how these leaders can be most effective in seizing the data revolution. Booz Allen confirmed that these leaders, not the creation of data or introduction of new technologies, are driving the data revolution through culture change.
To craft a culture of data-driven decision-making that reshapes their organization, Catalysts should employ the following four strategies: Demonstrate Value, Inspire Innovation, Establish Partnerships, and Nurture Strong Talent.
The Role Of Data and Analytics Catalysts: Agents Of Culture Change
In order to lead in the data revolution, organizations must create a culture strategy that demonstrates value, inspires innovation, creates partnerships, and nurtures talent. Learn how to become an agent of culture change.
Interested in leading your organization toward a data-driven future? Check out our playbook below.