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Insights into the Cultures of High-Performing Digital Organizations

Click to learn more about author Deborah Soule. This is the fourth part in a series of articles on digital transformation. Read Part One titled Where is Your Organization on the Digital Transformation Journey? Part Two is titled Stages of Transition in Becoming a Digital Organization. Part Three is titled Learning from the Cultures of High-Performing Digital Organizations. […]

Data Strategy vs. Business Strategy

For any transformational Business Strategy, data-driven intelligence must be “readily accessible, interpretable, and actionable” whenever necessary. At the macro level, a data-driven culture has to be consciously propagated throughout the organization, end-to-end. Digital businesses have acknowledged the importance of data accessibility and have embraced this culture within their business model to remain competitive. The late […]

Data Literacy Leads to Success

The Data Literacy Project says that workforce data literacy has proven to have a positive correlation with corporate performance. Improved corporate data literacy positively impacts gross margin, return-on-assets, return-on-equity, and return-on-sales, resulting in $320 to $534 million in higher enterprise value over organizations with lower data literacy, according to the Data Literacy Index. The study […]

Data Lake or Data Warehouse?

Click here to learn more about Joe deBuzna. Abandoning a data warehouse for a data lake may not be the answer. Over the last few decades, we’ve seen an explosion in the use of data warehousing within the IT industry. It was all the rage for doing analytics and reporting. Data warehouses are popular because […]

Understanding Key-Value Databases

In 1966, a DEC PDP-7 computer was delivered to the Massachusetts General Hospital without any programming. The hospital had invested in a computer but had no way to run it. At this time, there was very little in the way of software options, operating systems, or database support. The hospital did, however, have access to […]

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