Lisa Kaiser, Operations, Product & Engineering
- Explain how a data office can unlock value from data
- Compare a data office’s key collaborations and partnerships
- Assess the steps needed to create a data office
Over the last decade, we have seen countless organizations strive to become data-driven. Key to this mission-critical function is a data office. Led by the Chief Data Officer, this department is responsible for being the champion for data as a strategic, competitive asset by increasing the company’s data intelligence.
We’ll begin by discussing how a data office can help unlock value from data. Next, we’ll cover the various organizational approaches to a data office and the key partnerships and collaborations they must have within the organization. Finally, we’ll review some examples of different data offices, including Collibra’s own data office.