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The number of large enterprises with chief data officers has doubled in the last year and, although 17% of CEOs say they will have established this role by 2014, CDOs are neither represented equally in all industries, nor are their job descriptions uniform.
Table of Contents
Why a Chief Data Officer?
- The CDO Landscape as of 2013 to 2014
- Why a Chief Data Officer?
Impacts and Recommendations
By the end of 2014, 17% of larger organizations will have a CDO requiring CIOs to adjust their job role expectations
Although the CDO role will initially be most prevalent in financial, government and information services, responsibilities will vary significantly between verticals
New and aspiring CDOs will face daunting challenges and conflicting priorities as this new and evolving role has little professional structure and lacks established best practices.
- By the end of 2014, 17% of larger organizations will have a CDO requiring CIOs to adjust their job role expectations
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