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Predicts 2018: Five Course-Altering Changes for Data and Analytics Programs

Published: 07 November 2017

ID: G00342346

Analyst(s): Mark Beyer , Jorgen Heizenberg , Debra Logan , Mike Rollings , Valerie Logan , Rita Sallam , Douglas Laney , Andrew White


Data and analytics programs are now embracing diversity, formalizing information as an asset, scaling governance with trust, removing data location as a constraint, and reinventing service delivery with AI. These dramatic changes will help data and analytics leaders thrive in a digital society.

Table Of Contents


  • What You Need to Know
  • Strategic Planning Assumptions
  • A Look Back

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