Tag Archive: information strategy

IoT necessitates new Information Strategies

It’s been very interesting to watch how some organisations have managed to demonstrate the value of information – while others are still struggling to organise their strategies in order to try and reap the rewards that data can offer. In this post I explore why an information strategy is necessary, especially in an organisation that …

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Developing a Data-Centric Leadership Culture

Despite the fact that they may have the appropriate technology in place, and even suitably skilled people to drive it, a lot of businesses are still struggling to extract business value from the investments they have made in their data. Data-centric organisations tend to place a focus from top level management on developing the data …

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Is the “New CIO” the Über-Data Scientist?

In the executive, IT, and especially BI worlds, there is a lot of talk about two new and fast-changing job positions. Coincidently, both are very interesting as well as demanding positions, namely that of the “New CIO” and that of the Data Scientist. In this post I investigate whether there are any parallels between these …

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