"In today’s digital economy, innovation is fueled by the insights company leaders have concerning their own organizations. To effectively run a business, you need good information and data. To innovate, you need a way to play out scenarios and strategies. The success of these scenarios relies on a high degree of trust in the underlying information.
In many cases, your opportunity for innovation doesn’t arise until you analyze and interrogate your data and the patterns that emerge; these will point the way to innovation.
The organizations should first understand that data is a critical asset and that its governance is a foundational element of transformation objectives like predicative analytics, process optimization, and digitization. Then, they should begin the journey of organizing their data governance programs."
- Marie Crump, Principal Partner of Operations
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