To manage their data effectively, most businesses will need to build comprehensive analytics plans that alter the very culture of the workplace. Successful businesses will train their employees how to understand the data without outside help, thereby freeing up IT resources to focus on areas such as infrastructure and maximizing the productivity of each employee.
Effective businesses will also need to weed out data that is outdated, corrupted, or incorrect, so that employees are able to derive accurate, clean information from the data.
To do this, businesses need to provide their workers with high-quality tools, including data quality technology, query tools to enable data exploration, and operational or tactical dashboards that display key metrics on a day-to-day basis.
Organizations that employ all of these strategies will be more inquisitive about their data and better able to make quality decisions about their business.
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