Data communities regroup and engage many profiles and roles around shared interests and expertise.
They span across departments or other organizational boundaries.
These groups help organizations strengthen collaboration and develop a strong data culture to face future
challenges in Data & Analytics
Engage the right talents in the right initiatives and at the right moment: to design initiatives, get expertise support, identify data sources, prepare adoption, etc.
Orchestrate validation processes, tasks and synchronization within D&A projects to ensure alignment and accelerate.
Achieve a shared and holistic view of data initiatives and assets, through multi-faceted communications and contributions.
Achieve the 3Us for your Data & Analytics initiatives by engaging users and stakeholders and accelerate delivery by relying on the right expertise.
"Culture and data literacy are the top two roadblocks for data and analytics leaders" (Gartner, 2021).
Communities enable to scale literacy efforts and developing a data culture supports data-driven ambitions of the enterprise and encourages data monetization efforts.
Allow creative mindsets to look back on the day-to-day struggles and at technology capabilities, to accelerate the development of innovative ideas. The investment in data and innovation shape the future of the organization.
At least 30% of US companies reporting creating a data-driven culture is their main challenge (Gartner, 2020).
Tackling culture challenges can be tough to data leaders. In order to guide managers along the journey, we collected best practices to explain why data communities are important and how you can enable them in your organization. People are the key to data-driven and insights-driven transformation.Read more
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