Today’s businesses are reconciling a dizzying amount of disparate data, forcing leaders to strategize on how to make sense of the surplus of information in front of them. Eager to transform a sea of data into actionable insights, executives often look to data scientists to lead the way.
However, therein lies the problem—there are not enough data scientists available to solve the multitude of problems that businesses face. Data is simply getting ahead of the number of PhDs out there, which means operationalizing it can no longer be the responsibility of one role or one department alone.
Author: Dean Stoecker