Every business experiences disruption, whether due to competition, economic factors, or business growth. The only way to effectively address disruption is to instill a culture of change. Sometimes change means a huge paradigm shift, sometimes change is continuous measurement and adjustment. Regardless, the one constant that we will always have is change.
The idea of a data strategy is to provide a roadmap to support the data needs for an organization to support future business (and analytics) needs. It’s not uncommon for a company’s data strategy to lay out a roadmap of new ideas, initiatives, and results for three years into the future. Who could have predicted the last three years in business?
The evolution of the remote and at-home workforce has caused a shift in the way that we work, the way we make decisions, the way we analyze data, and the varieties of data we need. If we know the future is going to bring change, how do we establish our data strategy to support change? How do we future-proof our data strategy?
This presentation will review some successful methods and practices that companies use to future-proof their data and support change—whether paradigm shifts or continuous improvement.
You Will Learn:
- The key trends in data strategy development
- The audiences and drivers for data strategy
- Approaches to align your data strategy with a changing business environment
- CIOs and chief data officers
- Data governance staff
- Business/data analysts
- Data stakeholders
- Business sponsor