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Being data-informed doesn’t just mean collecting more or better data. It’s about revamping existing practices around decision-making, setting goals, and structuring your organization. Here are questions you can use to audit your organization's data culture.
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Building a data-informed culture is not easy, as it often requires a period of short-term stress, and may briefly reduce your productivity. You will need time to adjust to the new ways of working that this kind of culture demands. However, the results, and the improvements that you will get if you commit are well worth the effort. The first step in building a more data-informed organization is making the case to your boss.