Implementing change that effectively improves performance
Processing lots of information without gaining appreciable insight
Securing real returns from technology investments
Data, of course, is at the heart of all of these and other organizational complaints. A triple play of investments in data as an organizational asset is 1) a necessary prerequisite and 2) a primary enabler - permitting management to address these troubling issues. Transformation may require some organizational discomfort. The first step is to recruit, qualified organizational talent. The second step is to significantly overhaul the manner by which most organizations seek to obtain informational value. The third step is to implement a strategy that integrating organizational functions with IT. By approaching data in this different way, organizations can begin to gain the leverage that they seek. This talk will address each of these topics - illustrating how this triple play of new leadership skills, revised value propositions, and a repositioning of strategic investments can alleviate the concerns.