Chapter 6. Organizational Roles and Responsibilities

No effective data strategy will ever be developed without a primary responsibility assigned at a high enough level so that the rest of the organization will take the effort seriously and cooperate to make it a success. First of all, the chief information officer (CIO) and the chief technology officer (CTO) (or higher) must make it clear that creating and implementing a data strategy is critical to the success of the organization, that it will be established, and that it is not just an “initiative of the moment” that will soon be scrapped along ...

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