The data driven and data informed culture

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The data driven and data informed culture

Episode 004

What does a data culture mean? And is there a difference between Data-driven vs. Data-informed?

What does a data culture mean? And is there a difference between Data-driven vs. Data-informed?

An organization that uses data in their decision-making process. From the highest executive to the summer intern.

Sound far-fetched? It shouldn’t! Most organizations are on their own journey towards using data to drive significant value for their customers and shareholders.

But many organizations aren’t there yet. And that can be frustrating. Building a data-informed culture doesn’t happen overnight, but it does lead to great results.

In this episode of Data Able, we talk about the Data-driven culture, and the Data-informed culture. Mostly semantics, the difference is in the level of maturity the organization has with using data. Ideally, every business line is comfortable with combining their deep industry expertise with their data and insights that lead to the best decisions and outcomes possible.

Until next week!

Thanks and Happy Listening!


The Data Able podcast is produced by Dave Mathias and Matt Jesser, and made possible by Beyond the Data.

At Beyond the Data, we are on a mission to help high-performing individuals successfully become champions for a more data-driven approach in their organizations. We believe that data science is only part of the equation.

Getting value out of data requires building a culture that starts with YOU, is supported by executives, and trickles down to every front-line specialist in your organization.

 
 
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