Traditional Organizations & the Analytics Maturity Curve

Posted June 22, 2021 in Business Technology & Digital Transformation Strategies, Data Analytics & Digital Technologies Cutter Business Technology Journal
Avishan Bodjnoud highlights the typical challenges of skill sets, data literacy, data governance, process, resources, and senior leadership buy-in that affect most traditional organizations. She explains why organizations that simply establish a standalone analytics entity and expect immediate results are often disappointed. Bodjnoud closes with an important discussion on the need to understand the reasons for resistance to change and then manage them — critical elements of any analytics project or digital transformation effort.
About The Author
Avishan Bodjnoud
Avishan Bodjnoud works at the United Nations (UN), Department of Peace Operations, where she supports leveraging data and analytics for evidence-based planning, analysis, and decision making. She is co-lead of the UN's Secretary-General's Data Strategy. Previously, Ms. Bodjnoud worked at the UN’s Department of Safety and Security, managing global security databases and the data-driven reporting system. She was an Impact Fellow at Silicon Valley’… Read More
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