Tag Archive: CDO

Examining the continually evolving data-related roles

In my quest to continuously learn more about data-related roles, I have recently come across two very interesting articles that suggest that data-related roles will be changing throughout the remainder of the year. These pieces share some great insight, and I couldn’t resist the opportunity to share my additional views and so in this, the …

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Complexities behind establishing the CDO role

Regular readers of my posts will know that I’m a big advocate of the Chief Data Officer (CDO) role. Also sometimes referred to as the Chief Data and Analytics Officer (CDAO), establishing this role and getting it woven into the organisational fabric doesn’t happen without challenges.

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How Chief Data Officers can generate and show value

Long-time readers of my blog will know that I’m a great advocate for the Chief Data Officer (CDO) role – and in the right context. This is even more so the case in companies where the CIO has more of a technology focus than a data-oriented one. I was therefore understandably excited by this Harvard …

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Can an organisation be data-centric without a CDO?

Regular readers of my blog will no doubt know that due to my immersion in the data-information-insights spectrum, I’ve been very interested in data centricity and the role of the Chief Data Officer (CDO) for some time. On reading a recent industry piece about the role of the CDO, a question that came to my …

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Demonstrating value as a Chief Data Officer

The year has started with the proverbial bang. But even though the pace has been furious, there are many constants in which we can find comfort. One of these is how critical data is to every organisation regardless of industry vertical.

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The 4 big steps to become data-driven

Readers of this blog are no strangers to me discussing the importance of becoming a data-driven organisation or the steps required to become one. However, a Forbes article really brings this all home by discussing the big four aspects which this could entail.

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The rise of the Chief Analytics Officer

Data is all around us. Whether kept on-premise or hosted across a multi-cloud environment, data and its analysis have become some of the most critical business deliverables today. However, given the rapid digitalisation efforts many organisations have embarked on over the past 12 months, Chief Information Officers (CIOs) have been focused on ensuring a distributed …

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Ethics are at the core of the CDO’s responsibilities

Operating in a digital era where data has become a tradeable commodity and quantifying the value of data a business-critical focus, the role of the Chief Data Officer (CDO) has come into the limelight sharply over the last few years.

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Data should be in the driver seat – here’s how

While talk around digital transformation has been ‘hot on the heels’ for some time now, I often find myself wondering how much of this talk within business is centred around data, and not just technology. Data transformation goes hand in hand with the move to digital and while by default data will become a key …

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Securing an executive chair for the CDO

My previous blog post clearly established that the Chief Data Officer (CDO) should be sitting at the leadership table of any business wanting to truly capitalise on their data assets. But getting this right is no easy task and you are likely wondering how CIOs can make a case for the CDO role – especially …

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