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China Summary Translation: 'Survey Analysis: Second Gartner CDO Survey — The State of the Office of the CDO'

Published: 27 November 2016

ID: G00319674

Analyst(s): Owen Chen , Jamie Popkin

Summary

Early adopters of the chief data officer role and the office of the CDO are pioneering a new organizational function alongside IT, business operations, HR and finance. Data and analytics leaders can use our findings to successfully drive digital business transformation in their enterprises.

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Survey Analysis: Second Gartner CDO Survey — The State of the Office of the CDO

  • Key Findings
  • Recommendations

Survey Objective

Data Insights

  • Hypotheses Analysis
    • Hypothesis: The Majority of CDOs Have an Organizational Structure Called the Office of the CDO
    • Hypothesis: Driver for Creation — The CDO or Office of the CDO Was Created Following a Specific Event
    • Hypothesis: Scope of Responsibilities — The Office of the CDO Includes Data Management, Analytics and Digital Ethics Responsibilities
    • Hypothesis: CDO and CIO Relationship — The Relationship Between the CDO and the CIO Has Not Yet Stabilized and Experience Ranges From Hostile to Cooperative
    • Hypothesis: Maturity — The Office of the CDO Is Still in the Early Stages of Maturity
    • Hypothesis: Enterprise Perception — The Enterprise's Perception of the CDO Is That of an Executive Capable of Creating and Executing on a Vision for Change
    • Hypothesis: Competitiveness — Companies With a Relatively Immature Data Management and Analytics Organization Are Recognizing That a CDO Is Required to Improve Competitiveness
    • Hypothesis: CDO Focus — 50% of CDOs Are Focused Exclusively on Crisis Mitigation and Short-Term Fixes
  • Summary
    • Recommendations
  • Methodology
    • Survey Detail
    • Respondent Demographics

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