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Leveraging Agility to Create Economies of Learning Mindset – Part 1

  • Bill Schmarzo 

A recent HBR article, “Why Do Chief Data Officers Have Such Short Tenures?” by Thomas Davenport, Randy Bean, and Josh King, highlighted the Chief Data Officer’s (CDO) “Data-to-Business Innovation” challenge. The main charter for the CDO is to accelerate the Data-to-Business Innovation flywheel; to guide the business in becoming more effective at leveraging data and analytics to optimize its key business and operational use cases.

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Data Management as a Business Discipline – Part 3: Enabling Frameworks

  • Bill Schmarzo 

A Business Discipline consists of systematic research, observation, measurement, and experimentation resulting in the assimilation of learnings into laws, theorems, concepts, principles, practices, frameworks, and formulas to enable the consistent application and ongoing enhancements from the real-world application of that discipline.

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Data Management as a Business Discipline – Part 2: Theorems and Principles

  • Bill Schmarzo 

In the blog “Why Data Management is Today’s Most Important Business Discipline”, I challenged the business and IT communities to reframe the data management conversation; to transform data management from an IT practice into a business discipline focused on leveraging data (and analytics) to deliver business and operational outcomes.

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