Businesses say they want to make more effective use of data, analytics, and AI, but many are not making progress. A survey of U.S. executives found that 63% do not believe their companies are analytics driven. Other research found that in 2019 only 31% of large U.S. firms said they were data-driven compared to 37% in 2017; some companies are clearly regressing.
At a time when making analytical decisions is so important, why are companies struggling?
Join Tom Davenport — one of the world’s foremost experts on analytics — for an interactive HBR webinar on how senior executives can create a data-driven culture in their organizations.
- The role CEOs and senior leaders play in creating data-driven cultures.
- How to persuade a CEO to become more data-driven.
- The importance of educational programs, leading by example, and promotions and rewards.
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From boards of directors to CEOs to analytics and AI leaders, everyone who believes in a data-driven approach should work to persuade others to adopt and maintain it,
- Tom Davenport