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September 24, 2020
Creating a data culture is one of the keys to building a data-driven organization. The right technology, data literacy, and disrupting the status quo are ways to start, with the understanding that people are at the core of any data culture transformation. While transformations can be difficult, the value of embracing data is clear: data-driven companies enjoy increased revenue, improved customer service, best-in-class operating efficiencies, and improved profitability. This article talks about steps leaders can take to build a data-driven culture.
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