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The Crossroads of Special Operations

Tuesday, April 13, 2021

Why chief data officers must assume leadership for data success | MIT Sloan Review

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Data is a vital medium that needs to be held with integrity, accuracy, and transparency to achieve a common goal. It only depends on how a company uses its data to attain the vision of the business. CDOs are an important role in leadership as they are responsible for managing and communicating the business value of data within the organization. Alarmingly, less than 30% of executives report that the CDO role is successful but companies who have learned to harness data have been rewarded with rapid growth, customer expansion, and dominant market share and market value.

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