Executive Report

The Role of Chief Data Officer in the 21st Century

Posted February 26, 2013 in Business & Enterprise Architecture, Business Technology & Digital Transformation Strategies, Data Analytics & Digital Technologies

Many, many years after enterprise resource planning and over two decades into data warehousing, many business executives are still frustrated over their inability to trust their company's data. They have spent millions on new technologies, only to find that the state of their data assets has deteriorated. This significantly reduces the business value of their investments. One big reason for this continuing data chaos is that companies do not manage their data as a business asset, and there is no one watching the store. In this Executive Report, we look at the role of chief data officer and why this role is so important. Not a Cutter client yet? Download a free copy of the report now.

About The Author
Larissa Moss
Larissa T. Moss is a Senior Consultant Emeritus with Cutter’s Data Analytics & Digital Technologies practice. She is also founder and president of Method Focus Inc., a company specializing in enterprise data warehousing (EDW) and business intelligence (BI). She has over 30 years of IT experience, and for over 20 years, her focus has been on data management, project and program management, and methodologies. She speaks regularly at… Read More
Sid Adelman
Sid Adelman is a Principal in Sid Adelman & Associates, an organization specializing in developing data strategies and data governance. Mr. Adelman's IT career spans over 40 years. He has been involved with business intelligence and data warehousing for the last two decades. Mr. Adelman has published hundreds of articles, white papers, and columns. He coauthored the books Data Warehouse Project Management, Impossible Data Warehouse… Read More
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