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Create a Risk-Engaged Culture in Your Data and Analytics Teams

Summary

Digital business transformation is disruptive, bringing with it both significant opportunities and risks. If data and analytics leaders and CDOs are to be successful, they must encourage a culture in which their teams understand and engage with risk, rather than try to avoid it.

Published: 16 April 2021

ID: G00744608

Analyst(s): Saul Judah Malcolm Murray

Table Of Contents

Overview

Strategic Planning Assumptions

Introduction

Analysis

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Note 1. Guidance on Developing a Risk Culture Improvement Plan Based on Your Scores on Completion of Figure 3

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