April 4, 2017 | by Stefanie Mabli
Unless you’ve been living a cloistered life for more than a decade, you’ve heard the term data-driven organization and are familiar with its many benefits: better decision making, improved service, and operational efficiency, to name a few. But do you have the necessary data foundation to succeed as a data driven organization? Too often, organizations take a proper foundation for granted. Using data to improve outcomes takes diligence to ensure valid, accurate data and time to get it right. Organizations unable to deliver the expected results can frequently trace the root cause to the assumptions made about the data.