Reaching data maturity and being data-driven require businesses to devote heavy investment in technology, people, and executive time than they thought it would be. Invited by FutureCIO, our Partner and Head of Risk Advisory Services, Adele Yim was featured in an article “Pathways to creating a data-driven leadership” recently.
Adele suggested that while having a data governance program is a minimum requirement for companies of all sizes to reach data maturity, allocating a dedicated department for data management is a key factor to the success of data projects.
Ensuring top management engagement in the transformation process is a critical step. Next, businesses are required to devote heavy investment in technology, people, and time and overcome all the obstacles, such as the mid-management gap, data quality issues to unlock the full potential of their data Adele Yim Partner, Head of Risk Advisory Services
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Credit to Allan Tan, Group Editor-in-Chief of CXOCIETY, 22nd December 2021