Information Transformation

Chief Data Officers are Increasingly Adding Value

 

Chief data officers (CDOs) are increasingly adding value—and elevating their impact.

HIGHER PRIORITY

Proportion of organizations that have a CDO office:

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CDO offices' average number of full-time employees:

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WIDER IMPACT

Driving portfolio value is the main priority for CDOs.

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CHANGING MINDS

There's still work ahead to get organizations up to speed on the critical role of data.

The top two obstacles for CDO office success:

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Source: Chief Data Officer Survey, Gartner, 2017

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