Creating a Data-Driven Organization
March 25, 2016
Getting the most from your business data? Chances are you're not.
What you may need is an effective, deeply-ingrained data culture. It's not easy, but you can inspire that kind of culture, and really start to leverage the data—and the team—that you have.
A new book, Creating a Data-Driven Organization, by Carl Anderson, Director of Data Science at Warby Parker, explains how to do it.
Chapter 1 covers the behavior that sets data-driven organizations apart. It addresses data collection techniques and the differences between reporting/alerts and analytics. It also introduces the concept of analytics maturity through a discussion of the elements of an analytically mature organization.