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The CIO’s Guide to Developing a Data-Driven Culture

How to Root Out Legacy Thinking and Effect Lasting Change

These are strange times for the CIO. LoBs are spending more money on tech and technology-as-a-service means they can shop unsupervised. Meanwhile, the volume of your data is only going in one direction, often at the expense of its accuracy.

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But while the proliferation of data presents a challenge, it also makes its quality, and people’s attitudes towards it, much more important. To ensure enterprise data serves the business as it should, CEOs now need their workforces to become data-driven and their companies to undergo digital transformation. And CEOs are turning to CIOs to lead the charge. 

Our eBook, The CIO’s Guide to Developing a Data-Driven Culture, explains:

  • Why digital transformation cannot happen without you
  • Why the tech problems you’ll encounter are actually about culture
  • How to transform the enterprise and with it, your career

If you’re a CIO leading digital transformation, this eBook is essential reading.