Data and Analytics Leaders Must Use Adaptive Governance to Succeed in Digital Business

Data and analytics leaders’ endeavors often do not pass through a centralized organization or figure. The reality of  decision making in enterprise data and analytics is varied, unstructured, and distributed. Despite this reality, the most common data and analytics governance model is based on the command-and-control approach most associated with compliance and regulation initiatives.

The typical “one-size-fits-all” approach to data and analytics governance cannot deliver the value, scale and speed that digital business demands. Instead, adaptive governance enables data and analytics leaders to flexibly select different governance styles for differing business scenarios.

Read the latest Gartner report on the key challenges facing data and analytics governance and their recommendations for implementing adaptive governance as a key component of data and analytics strategies to ensure long-lasting, scalable success.