DATAVERSITY has teamed with John Ladley to offer a new, fixed-price service to accelerate your decision process,and help you determine how to approach data strategy, data management or data governance for your organization.
What isthe Data Program Accelerator?
Assist organizations to accelerate your decision process, determine how to approach data strategy, data management or data governance
Elevate the data management profession by demonstrating efficient, agile contributions to a new area with huge potential – data assets
Organizations often take too long to get started, and they lose interest.
They debate too long on the need for help, the type of help, and the approach to take.
They embark on a journey with significant vision and fail to fulfill expectations.
Dataversity and John Ladley have merged years of experience and industry patterns into an instrument that helps to identify how you should proceed.
Fixed price with no intent for follow–on work.
What are the benefits ofthe Data Program Accelerator?
A qualitative analysis of your data strategy needs vs. "the next big thing."
Leverage 30+ years of data strategy experience.
You can use the assessment as the basis for an RFI, or develop your program approach
Rapid, pattern based
No follow-up pressure
Objectivity from not having a follow-on agenda
Who benefitsfrom the Data Program Accelerator?
Chief Data Officer
An objective read-out of your peers' ability to adapt, become data literate, or data driven
A “second set of eyes” for data monetization opportunities
Insight into why a current program may be “stuck”
A boost for your business case
Additional insight to help you keep leadership engaged
Clearer understanding of value of data governance
Clearer understanding of the process
Questions we will address include:
What is required to “sell” your program?
Will your culture be a help or an issue?
Is your leadership capable and ready to be data driven or governed?
How do you use your information maturity level to your advantage?
Are there any monetization opportunities missed or un-identified?
What are the big risks to your data program?
Do you need external assistance? If so, what kind?