Building a Winning Data Strategy: MIT SMR Executive Guide

Building a winning data strategy requires bold moves and new ideas. Creating a strong data foundation within the organization and putting a premium on nontechnical factors such as analytical agility and culture can help companies stay ahead. This MIT SMR Executive Guide, published as a series over three weeks, offers insights on how companies can move forward with data in an era of constant change.

Latest in this Series

ANALYTICS & BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE

Data Governance in the 21st-Century Organization

Executed well, good data governance can fuel digital innovation without compromising security. Gregory Vial.

ANALYTICS & BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE

Actioned Analytics Pave the Way to New Customer Value

DATA & DATA CULTUREWhy Culture Is the Greatest Barrier to Data Success

Companies need to evolve and shift thinking around what it means to have a data-driven culture. Randy Bean. September 30, 2020

ANALYTICS & BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE

Getting Serious About Data and Data Science

To drive major change, companies must link data quality and data science within the organization. Thomas C. Redman and Thomas H. Davenport. September 28, 2020

ANALYTICS & BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE

Building a Winning Data Strategy: An MIT SMR Executive Guide

Companies today are swimming in data — but how do we build a data strategy that creates value? Ally MacDonald. September 21, 2020

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Source: MIT Sloan Management Review.

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