The IT department rose to its fame when information technology and the Internet started being widely used in the organisation back in the 1980s. The rise of the internet created many new business opportunities and laid out a new economic narrative enabling companies to be more connected than ever before, contributing to the globalisation we are still leaving in.
The IT and business gap is a continuous topic of discussion. A lot of speakers at our summits have taken time to share their experience and solutions for narrowing this gap that many times looks like an abyss. This time, we give attention to Dacil Ullman, Group Data Analytics Manager at Interm, and Chairwomen at Nordic Women and Data Summit 2019. She presented on the constant struggle to bridge the gap between business and IT, and the Chief Analytics Officer who has the difficult role to execute it, at the Nordic Women and Data Summit 2018.
As early as 2006, Gartner predicted that 90% of organisations would fail in the efforts to implement data governance. And today, these predictions have become reality. According to David Dadoun, Senior Director Business Intelligence and Data Governance at Aldo Group, only 10% of organisations that have deployed data governance are going to get any value from it. This leads us to ask: why is that?
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