McKinsey finds hard work to do in Big Data Revisited report
In 2011, the McKinsey Global Institute published a landmark report on big data that captured the attention of C-level executives in a manner unusual for an IT topic. The firm’s research wing revisited the report last year, publishing The age of analytics: competing in a data-driven world in December 2016.
The report found that while a few – mainly digitally native – companies are racing ahead with data and analytics, most are capturing, at most, 30% of the value they could. Sub-optimal organisational design lies at the heart of that failure, and McKinsey asserts how hard data-driven digital transformation is to do.
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