2020 Data Leadership Report
How To Manage Data As An Asset Webinar
‘Data as an asset’ is said a lot but rarely understood. On 11 December at 11:30 AM GMT we’re running a webinar that sets out what it means to really manage data as an asset, why it doesn’t happen more and how to get the business on board with it.
It’s thirty minutes, straight the point and with time for discussion. If you’re obsessed with technologies or technical standards, this isn’t for you. It’s for data leaders who want to secure a space for data at the top table of the business.
A year ago, we were warned that data accessibility was one of the major challenges facing Big Data organisations. Richard Joyce, a senior analyst at Forrester, said that “a 10% increase in data accessibility will result in more than $65 million additional net income for a Fortune 1000 company”. But have organisations heeded this warning and have they encouraged data sharing?
Gartner reported in 2017 that 85% of data initiatives failed, but with 97% of respondents in Big Data organisations investing in data analytics, Big Data and AI, and 73% receiving measurable value from these initiatives, why are so many data initiatives failing? Last year, NewVantage Partners reported that only a third of organisations have successfully made a shift towards a
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This blog uses social network analysis to investigate how the life sciences industry is evolving to harness the power of data. What is social network analysis? Social network analysis examines the structure of social networks, where networks are characterised by nodes (people) and edges (the relationships that connect people). Social network analysis has emerged as a key technique in modern
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More than 20 years after the completion of the Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao, modern organisations can learn key data architecture principles from its success. The Guggenheim Museum Bilbao is one of the most admired works of contemporary architecture and some regard it as the greatest building of our time. It exemplifies the value great architecture creates. Frank Gehry’s architectural genius
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How much value does data add to your organisation? How do you evaluate your organisation’s data maturity? At Anmut these are questions that we have discussed at length with academics, business leaders, digital and data leaders. We have summarised our findings in the Anmut Data Maturity Ladder, a framework for understanding how well organisations make use of their data. Organisations
The future is set to be written in data; but with a massive 97% of businesses saying they are not happy with the state of their data, are we leaving too much to chance? Besides the World Cup and Donald Trump, this year has another serious contender for the most trending topic: data. First exploding into the public eye with